Jelly Springs Trail #3110
This trail begins on Diamond Peak off Mt. Misery Trail #3113, and ends at Tucannon River. It descends from Diamond Peak to the Tucannon River. The trail is well maintained, but is characterized by an 8% grade. The trail travels through a dense timber stand.
At a Glance
|Access is snow covered
|Trail closed to all motorized and mechanized equipment, including mountain bikes and carts.Weed-free feed is required for stock animals.
Minimal parking. Bulletin board and trail signs are available.
From Diamond Trailhead, follow Mt. Misery Trail #3113 for 1.5 miles to Diamond Peak. Jelly Springs Trail takes off to the right.
Day HikingSee activity description under Backpacking.
BackpackingThis trail is maintained for foot and horse traffic since it lies within the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trail is an access route to the upper portions of the Tucannon drainage. The top portion of the trail is in the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness, which is closed to all motorized equipment. The trail is marked with a sign when it enters the Wilderness. The lower section of the trail is accessible for motorcycles if they enter from the Tucannon or along Bear Creek. The trail offers many camping opportunities and water is accessible for stock. Practice Leave-No-Trace camping ethics. Pack all garbage out.