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Phelps Creek begins north of Trinity and travels through the Glacier Peaks Wilderness Area to Spider Meadow and Glacier.

Phelps Creek Trail begins near the northernmost campground in the Lake Wenatchee Ranger District and follows Phelps Creek north through Spider Meadow towards Spider Glacier. This is a heavily used trail and provides good opportunities for viewing wildflowers. The trail is 7.2 miles in length and is closed to bikes at the boundary to the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area.

Directions: From Lake Wenatchee, Travel north on Forest Service Road 6200 to Phelps Creek Campground at the end of the road. Just before the campground, veer right at the "Y" and travel about 3 miles to the trailhead.

Elevation: 3,500 feet

Ending Elevation: 7,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,300 feet

Distance: 7.2 miles

Usage: Heavy

 
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Wenatchee National Forest, Washington


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