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Goat Peak Trail climbs and descends along ridgelines and through large timber, open hillsides, and clear-cuts. There is no water available on this trail.

Goat Peak Trail climbs northeast from the ridgetop saddle up and around the mountainside, then hugs the ridgetop as it winds north toward Goat Peak. Goat Trail then follows an old access road up the ridge to the old lookout site. The old Goat Peak fire lookout has been moved into the Teanaway. From the lookout site, the trail heads down the ridgetop into a saddle and then curves left along a mountainside, following a gentle downhill grade before heading steeply down past some rock towers to the end of the trail at a logging road above Tucker Creek. There is no water along the trail.

Directions: From Cle Elum, Take I-90 exit 62 (Stampeded Pass), then southwest on Road #54, south on Road #41, south on Road #4110 and east on Road #4110-118 to the trailhead on a ridgetop.

Elevation Gain: 1,150 feet

Distance: 6 miles

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Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

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