Trail #98 Nannie Ridge


A map depicting trails in the Goat Rocks area within the Cowlitz Valley vicinity.

Goat Rocks Wilderness vicinity map. Trails include: Angry Mountain  #90, Bluff Lake #65, Bypass #97, Clear Fork #61, Clear Lost  #76, Coleman Weedpatch #121, Coyote #79, Glacier Lake #89, Goat Ridge #95, Jordan Creek #94, Lily Basin  #86, Nannie Ridge #98, Packwood Lake #78, Pipeline Road #74, Snowgrass #96, Three Peaks #69, Upper Lake Creek #81, Walupt Lake #101. Click here for a larger image file.

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

This trail open to hiker and horse use only.

This trail begins in Walupt Lake Campground. The trail branches off Walupt Lake Trail #101 a short distance from the campground and climbs steeply northeast onto an open, scenic ridgetop within Goat Rocks Wilderness. The trail follows the ridge, ending on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000 near Sheep Lake.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 07/11/2018: Trail is clear to the Pacific Crest Trail. Lots of mosquitos!  The Goat Creek bridge at milepost 1.7 on the Snowgrass Trail #96 is closed to all stock use. Stock users must use the detour and ford the creek crossing.
Permit Info: Wilderness Permit Required. Permits are free and available at trailhead.
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: Wilderness Regulations apply
Closest Towns: Randle, WA; Packwood, WA
Water: No
Restroom: No
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Cowlitz Valley Ranger District

General Information


From Randle, WA head east on US-12 E for 13.4 miles. Then turn right onto Forest Road 21. Stay on Forest Road 21 for about 16 miles. Then turn left on Forest Road 2160 and travel 4.5 miles to Walupt Lake Campground and trailhead.



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  Area/Length : 
4.5 miles

  Elevation : 
3940' - 5900'


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