Devore Creek Trail #1244

  

Devore Creek Trail begins in the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area near 10 Mile Creek #1270 trail (area is unavailable).

Lots of camping (no facilities). Water is no problem. Great views and cross country meandering are available in the Fourth of July Basin area. Not recommended for beginner stock or stock handlers.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Click here
Permit Info: No Camps on the Recreational area and no permits needed on Forest Service Land.
Best Season: Summer/ Fall
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply
Closest Towns: Stehekin, WA
Water: Potable water source avilable at Weaver Point Campground
Restroom: Weaver Point Campground
Operated By: National Park Service and Forest Service
Information Center: Golden West Visitor Center (360)854-7365 ext 14,  Chelan Ranger District (509) 682-4900

General Information

General Notes:

Maps USGS- Stehekin, Lucerne, Holden; Green Trails - Stehekin, McGregor Mountain, Holden.


Parking:

There are two main parking areas (for a fee) for up lake travel when using the Lady of the Lake services.  The Boat Company dock in Chelan and Field’s Point Landing, located 17 miles out of Chelan on the South Shore road.

Ferry Schedule

Field's Point Fees:

Day Use 3-12 hours: $5.00

Over Night: $7.00

5-7 Days: $30.00


Directions:

From Chelan, boat approximately 50 miles up lake to Stehekin (there are no roads that connect the city of Chelan to Stehekin). Go up the Stehekin Valley Road for 4 ½ miles to the junction with Company Creek Road at Harlequin Campground. Hike from Harlequin Campground down the Stehekin River Trail for 3 miles to junction with Devore Creek trail #1244.

Notes:
The Lady of the Lake provides passenger ferry service from Chelan to Stehekin with stops available at Fields Point, Prince Creek, Moore Point, and Lucerne. Please check their website for availability, fees, and scheduling: www.ladyofthelake.com. 


Activities


Hiking

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
15.0 miles

  Elevation : 
1200 ft. - 6600 ft.

 

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Going Number 1 & 2 in the Forest


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Fire Danger


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No Drones in Wilderness Areas


Wheelchair at Washington Pass Viewpoint

Wheelchair Accessible Trails


Enchantments Permit Information [link]

Enchantments Permit Information


Okanogan-Wenatchee NF vicinity map

Forest general vicinity map Link opens in a Pdf Document


Outdoor Essentials poster

Outdoor Essentials Link opens in a Pdf Document


Outdoor Essentials poster

Outdoor Essentials in Spanish Link opens in a Pdf Document


Outdoor Essentials poster

Outdoor Essentials in Russian Link opens in a Pdf Document

 



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