Boulder Creek Trail #1562

  

The Boulder Creek Trail is 9.0 miles long, with an elevation gain of 3800 feet, and is recreated primarily by hikers. It has moderate to steep grades up and over Boulder Pass. The Napeequa Valley bottom is not maintained and is quite brushy and difficult to find in places. The trail leads from White River Trail #1507 across Boulder Pass to the Napeequa River (no bridge) and its junction with Little Giant Trail #1518.

Alert! This trail is not recommended for stock on Napeequa River side of Boulder Pass. There is no bridge across the Napeequa River. Crossing can be hazardous in high water.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: See Current conditions information 
Permit Info: Wilderness permits are required. The self-issuing permits are free and available at trailheads.
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply
Closest Towns: Leavenworth , WA
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass required at White River Trailhead.
Information Center: Wenatchee River Ranger District.

General Information

Directions:

The trail begins 4 miles up the White River Trail #1507. See White River Trailhead.


General Notes:

Green Trails Map - #113 Holden

USGS Map - Clark Mountain, WA


Activities


Hiking

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