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Goat Mountain Trail receives low use and features forested paths and high country views.

Goat Mountain Trail Length, a maintained trail, passes through a portion of the blast zone where the timber was salvaged near Ryan Lake. It then climbs via switchbacks to the crest of Goat Mountain and descends to Deadmans Lake. Climbing from the lake, it enters more alpine terrain and junctions with the side trail to Vanson Peak or continues at a steep descent to Vanson Lake. The trail ends at Weyerhaeuser Road 2600.

Directions: From Randle, Travel south on Primary Forest Route 25 across the forest boundary. Continue on 25 as it winds through the forest and until it reaches Primary Forest Route 99. Follow 99 west to Primary Forest Route 26. Follow 26 north to Forest Route 2612. Take 2612 west to the trailhead.

Distance: 11.4 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

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