Ira Spring Trailhead

  

Provides access to: Ira Spring (Mason Lake) Trail 1038 which enters Alpine Lakes Wilderness.

At a Glance

Fees $5/vehicle/day
Permit Info: Wilderness Permits are required for day use and overnight trips in Alpine Lakes Wilderness from May 15 to October 31. Permits are free and available on a self-issue basis at trailheads.
Usage: Heavy
Best Season: Summer/Fall
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply in Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
Closest Towns: North Bend, Washington; Hyak, Washington
Passes: Recreation Passes may be used as a form of fee payment. 
Information Center: Check current conditions or call Snoqualmie Ranger District, North Bend Office at 425-888-1421. 

General Information

Directions:

Follow I-90 to exit #45. Go north and turn left on Forest Service Road #9030. Continue on Forest Road #9030 for three-quarters of a mile. At the “Y” stay left (straight) onto Forest Road #9031 (Mason Lake Road). Forest Road #9030 turns right and goes to Talapus Lake Trailhead. Continue for 3.2 miles to the trailhead at the end of road.


Directions:

Follow I-90 to exit #45. Go north and turn left on Forest Service Road #9030. Continue on FS Road #9030 for three-quarters of a mile. At the “Y” stay left (straight) onto FS Road #9031 (Mason Lake Road). FS Road #9030 turns right and goes to Talapus Lake Trailhead. Continue for 3.2 miles to the trailhead at the end of road.


Directions:

From North Bend, WA follow I-90 east and take exit #45. Go north and turn left on Forest Service Road #9030. Continue on #9030 for three-quarters of a mile. At the “Y” stay left onto Forest Service Road #9031/Mason Lake Road. (Forest Service Road #9030 turns right and goes to Talapus Lake Trailhead.) Continue for 3.2 miles to Ira Spring Trailhead at the end of road.


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  Latitude : 
47.4243787207

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