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This trail begins on the Shady Pass Rd (5900) and follow the North Fork 25 Mile Creek for about 3 miles before climbing through fragrant Fir and Pine Forest to meet the Devil's Backbone Trail.

After contouring a hillside for the first quarter mile, the North Fork Twenty Five Mile Creek Trail parallels its namesake creek for about three miles before climbing through fragrant fir and pine forest to meet the Devil's Backbone Trail. Parts of this scenic trail were burned over during a forest fire in 1998, so don't be surprised by some windfall over the trail. The first two miles are classified as most difficult and the last eight are more difficult. It is possible to camp near the three and four mile points, or at a dry camp near the junction with the Devil's Backbone Trail.

Directions: From Chelan, Travel west on U.S. 97 for approximately 3 miles to a junction. Stay right and follow the Lake on Forest Road 23 north to Twenty Five Mile Creek State Park. Take Forest Service Road 5900 south towards Ramona Park. Follow 5900 for approximately 3 miles. Watch for the Snowberry Bowl Campground at the intersection of roads 5900 and 8410. The trailhead is at this campground.

Distance: 10 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

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