South Fork Boulder Trail #1392.7


The South Fork Boulder Trail begins at a junction of the Boulder/De Roux Trail #1392 and ends at a junction with the Paris Creek Trail #1393.1.

This is a short trail connecting two other trails, largely through a higher elevation stand of old hemlock/fir forest. At the junction of the trail with Paris Creek Trail #1393.1 is an attractive meadow area.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Seasonal motorized use closure in effect yearly April 1 through June 15. This trail may be opened prior to June 15 if conditions permit. It will be posted open on the ground and on this site at that time.
Open Season: summer
Best Season: summer
Busiest Season: summer
Restrictions: Non-motorized trail, motorbikes prohibited.
Closest Towns: Cle Elum/Roslyn
Passes: This trail has no trailhead but can be accessed from three other trailheads.  $5/Vehicle/day or Northwest Forest Pass required at the trailhead at De Roux Campground on the FS Road 9737-120.  No Northwest Forest Pass required on the Boulder side of the Boulder De Roux Trail #1392 at the end of Road 4330-140, and at the Paris Creek Trailhead #1393.1. 

General Information


See Boulder/DeRoux Trail #1392 or Paris Creek Trail #1393.1 for directions



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One mile connector trail not known for backpacking.  Can help to form loop opportunities with neighboring trails.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Day Hiking

From the Boulder/DeRoux trail #1392 this trail can be used to access meadow and ridgeline highcountry in a lesser known area with pleasant views.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Horse Riding & Camping

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