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Salt Creek Trail is 4 miles long and located in the Morrison Creek area.

Beginning from Forest Route 8031, the lightly used Salt Creek Trail follows Forest Route 060 (closed to vehicle travel) for one mile, then enters the Mt. Adams Wilderness. The trail travels through large open timber following the Salt Creek drainage, passing several beaver ponds and meadows. The trail is maintained for three miles, ending near the confluence of Cascade and Salt Creeks. The trail features a Beaver habitat.

Trail users must hike approximately one mile from Road 8031 to get to the trailhead.

Directions: From Trout Lake, Travel north on Primary Forest Route 23 to the forest boundary. Continue on 23 north for approximately four miles to Forest Route 8031. Follow 8031 east for about 0.5 miles where trail users must now hike approximately one mile from Road 8031 to get to the trailhead.

Distance: 4.0 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington


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