White Pine Creek Trail #1582


This brushy, but scenic, river bottom trail accesses the Wildhorse Creek Trail #1592 within Alpine Lakes Wilderness. It follows the drainage, a bit above the creek, to the Wildhorse Creek Trail junction at 2.5 miles from the trailhead.  It is often indistinct beyond the junction as it climbs to meet the Icicle Creek Trail #1551.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: See Current conditions information 
Permit Info: Alpine Lake Wilderness permit required.  These are self-issuing at the trailhead.
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply. See: Alpine Lakes Wilderness Regulations Booklet (PDF File)
Closest Towns: Leavenworth, WA
Information Center: Wenatchee River Ranger District, (509) 548-2550

General Information


The trail begins at the White Pine Trailhead located at the end of White Pine Road #6950. The trail ends at the Icicle Creek Trail #1551.  From Leavenworth, WA head west on US-2 and follow for 21.5 miles. Turn left onto White Pine Road #6950 and follow to the end.

General Notes:

Green Trails Map - #145 Wenatchee Lake/#177 Chiwaukum Mts./#176 Stevens Pass

USGS Map - Mount Howard/Chiwaukum Mountains/Stevens Pass, WA

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  Area/Length : 
8.6 miles

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  Elevation : 
2800' - 4600'


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