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Wildcat Trail is 2.5 miles long and located in the Siouxon area.

From Siouxon Trail #130, Wildcat Trail crosses Siouxon Creek, which can be two to three feet deep during periods of high water. The trail then begins climbing a steep, rocky grade for 0.5 mile past the base of the waterfall, then climbs to a viewpoint above the 75-foot cascading Wildcat Falls. The trail continues climbing the ridge line of Wildcat Ridge, gaining 2,600 feet in elevation through a forest setting until it eventually ends on Huffman Peak Trail #129 at the saddle between Siouxon Peak and Huffman Peak.

The trail features the spectacular 75-foot cascades of Wildcat Falls which are worth the exertion required to reach them.

Directions: From Amboy, Travel north on State Highway 503 for approximately four miles to Forest Route 54. Follow 54 east to the forest boundary (about 8-9 miles). Continue on 54 east to Forest Route 57. Follow 57 east approximately one mile to Forest Route 5701. Follow 5701 north then east to the trailhead for Siouxon Trail #130. Follow this trail northeast for approximately five miles to Wildcat Trail.

Distance: 2.5 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

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