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The trail ascends the Rock Creek drainage through alternating timber and open avalanche meadows to the sub alpine area near Woody Pass and the junction with the Pacific Crest Trail.

General Information: The trail ascends the Rock Creek drainage through alternating timber and open avalanche meadows to the sub alpine area near Woody Pass and the junction with the Pacific Crest Trail. Good views of Holman Peak and Powder Mountain from upper section of trail. Camps with horse feed are available in the bottom of several avalanche chutes near the creek. This trail is often used to make loop trips out of Hart's Pass with the West Fork or Middle Fork trails. Parts of the trail in meadow areas may be difficult to follow. Stock users should use caution near Woody Pass junction as the trail tread occasionally slides on the steep side slopes.

Directions: From Winthrop, Drive Highway 20 14 miles west to the Mazama junction. At Mazama turn left onto the Hart's Pass road and drive 9.0 miles to the Robinson Creek Trailhead. Hike Robinson Creek Trail to its junction with the Rock Creek Trail.

Elevation: 4,200 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,000 feet

Distance: 7.1 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Okanogan National Forest, Washington


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