Sunny Pass is the perfect place for a picnic lunch. Subscribe to our free email newsletter for hiking events, news, gear reviews and more. Waterfalls cascading down everywhere. Anna Roth. It's a steep climb; more than 1300 miles in just over a mile and a half, … Stehekin Valley from the ridge (insert Stehekin Valley pic) I arrived at Cottonwood Camp, 2.4 miles from the Horseshoe Basin trail and the beginning of the Upper Valley Road. But there is one of the most awesome valleys in all the North Cascades (Horseshoe Basin) that you should not pass up as you make your journey. Accessible from Cottonwood; hiking opportunities include Cascade Pass, Horseshoe Basin, Sahale Arm, Doubtful Lake and more. Washington Trails Association is 501(c)(3) nonprofit. It's 17 miles and 4550 feet of elevation gain to the basin from Cascade Pass. Seattle, WA 98104. Horseshoe Basin: Horseshoe Basin is much less visited, though close by Cascade Pass. If you’re still feeling sprightly, head uphill as far as you’d like for increasingly expansive vistas – go far enough and you can touch Canada!WTA Pro Tip: Before you head into the vast wilderness, fill up at Whistler's Family Restaurant in Tonasket. At 1.5 miles cross a tributary of Clutch Creek, the only consistent water source until Horseshoe Basin. Washington Trails Association is 501(c)(3) nonprofit. On your way to the basin, you’ll see increasing amounts of subalpine fir trees, trickling creeks and bright wildflowers. As you enjoy a snack, enjoy your first sight of Horseshoe Basin, an area that begs further exploration. Note how the trees are starting to silver and keep your eyes out wildlife, including porcupines and woodpeckers. Be sure to pay a visit to the Black Warrior Mine! Horseshoe Basin is accessible via either the Upper Stehekin Valley Road, or Cascade Pass. Look for a sign indicating the turn for the Cascade River Road. Thought this would be a great place to introduce a visiting friend to our Cascades. We climbed up to the saddle between Pelton Basin and Stehekin Valley, the views of the Mt. In this two night, three day backpack, we'll hike 3.3 miles to Cascade Pass, take a side trip between 1.2 to 3 miles round trip for views of Sahale Mountain and possibly Boston Basin, if we're up to it. We were at the WIC in Marblemount at 10am and had no trouble getting a permit for two nights at Pelton Basin. It is a 23 mile (37 km) hike from the Cascade Pass parking lot to High Bridge, where shuttle service is available to Stehekin. As you enjoy a snack, enjoy your first sight of Horseshoe Basin, an area that begs further exploration. 1906: Julian Itter, famous Canadian artist, visits and paints panorama of North Cascades from Cascade Pass … Cascade Pass to Sahale Arm 11.5 mi 18.5 km • 3,873' Up 1180.34 m Up • 3,872' Down 1180.22 m Down. Here, emerald green hillsides take over the vista in front of you, and scenic Sunny Pass beckons.Hike steadily uphill and reach the inviting pass at 4.8 miles. This time we traversed a little lower back toward the Sahale gully, where a natural ramp led across the ledges. The route provides excellent views of the Sahale and Davenport glaciers and passes nearly 15 waterfalls. For an extended day hike, continue on to the Sahale Arm Trail. There are many opportunities in the upper valley for hiking and fishing, which are easily accessible from Bridge Creek; opportunities include hikes up Goode Ridge, the North Fork of Bridge Creek, or the Pacific Crest Trail. Photo by jordankress. It also provides access to Horseshoe Basin… COTTONWOOD This is the end of the road and makes the best base camp for the short hike to Horseshoe Basin or Cascade Pass, or even a summit attempt on Buckner. Bring plenty of water with you. Cascade Pass is one of the most popular hikes in the North Cascades National Park. Approach 2: Lower Horseshoe Basin From the Cascade Pass Trailhead, hike 3.7 miles to the 5,400-ft pass and continue east down into Pelton Basin. There are four shuttles each day. Many people who make the sojourn from Cascade Pass to Lake Chelan make a straight trip from the Cascade Pass parking area to Stehekin, with no side trips. RECOMMENDED ROUTE Ptarmigan Traverse 34.7 mi 55.8 km • 11,003' Up 3353.7 m Up • 13,119' Down 3998.56 m Down. Trailhead Directions: From SR 20 in Marblemount, turn east onto Cascade River Road and follow it 23 miles to its end. Sunny Pass is the perfect place for a picnic lunch. Stehekin, WA. We visited Horseshoe Basin on Day 2. A giant glacier-scoured basin to traverse (Horseshoe Basin). Flowers sprouting color amid the meadows and rocks. From the trailhead, enter a forest still bearing scars from the 2006 Tripod Fire. The ancient Cascade Pass trail offers a tour of all different types of scenery available in the Northwest mountains. Continue on until the trail finally breaks out of the burned area about three miles from the trailhead. Virtual Tour of Horseshoe Basin. Cascade River Road provides access to Cascade Pass, one of the most popular destination hikes in North Cascades National Park. Stay on FR 39 for about 14 miles, looking for a spur road signed for the Irongate Trailhead. We were sitting at the junction, relaxing, when I saw a black bear heading down the trail towards us. From the pass, descend the trail 3 miles to a junction at 3,600 ft. Take the left fork which turns a corner and heads north into Lower Horseshoe Basin. It begins in a dense wet-side forest, which slowly opens to a meadow, then the trail crosses the Cascade Crest and the scenery changes abruptly. The pass is completely snow covered. Boston Basin is a popular climbing area, with access to Forbidden, Sahale and Sharkfin peaks, among others. This is signed as Toats Coulee Road at first. The Cascade River Road provides access to the very popular Cascade Pass, Horseshoe Basin, and Sahale Arm Trails, as well as a scenic route for visitors hiking across the park to Stehekin. Choose your approach, and near Pelton Basin Camp, turn east onto a narrow, sometimes brushy trail. An in-and-out trek to Horseshoe Basin involves 16.4 miles with two 1,800-foot climbs to Cascade Pass and a separate, 1,200-foot climb into the basin … Rainier on a clear day, await. You can improve or add to this guidebook entry, Washington Trails Association You will follow the Cascade River the whole way; it takes nearly an hour on Cascade River Road. But on this trip we are not planning to hike it all in one day. Saved by Washington Trails Association From the busy trailhead, steadily climb up a steep hillside. Cascade Pass Trail and began the descent into the Stehekin River Valley. Colville National Forest, Tonasket Ranger District, Day Hiking: North Cascades (Romano - Mountaineers Books), Backpacking Washington (Romano - Mountaineers Books). Backpack - Horseshoe Basin via Cascade Pass. Horseshoe Basin is accessible via either the Upper Stehekin Valley Road, or Cascade Pass. A high trail tracking upward through alpine meadows (Sahale Arm). W.A.C. You can improve or add to this guidebook entry, Washington Trails Association Or continue over Cascade Pass into Pelton Basin and then turn on the spur into Horseshoe Basin (16.8 miles out & back). Choose your approach, and near Pelton Basin Camp, turn east onto a narrow, sometimes brushy trail. Call the Wilderness Information Center at (360) 854-7245 the day of or the day before your trip to obtain a permit. But you'll need to be sure to have your backpacking permits should you elect to hike here. Day 3: Hidden Lake: The Pass, The Lake, The Lookout Horseshoe Basin . A spectacular, waterfall-filled cirque near Cascade Pass and Sahale Arm, Horseshoe Basin is just far enough away from both trailheads that access it to warrant making it an overnight trip. A backcountry permit is required to camp overnight in North Cascades National Park. Horseshoe Basin is one of the few places in the Lower 48 to contain arctic tundra and is home to bears, deer and bighorn sheep, if you know where to look. The route began with a gentle and moderately technical 3.5-mile climb to Cascade Pass. The easiest way to do this is to take a bus. It's a steep climb; more than 1300 miles in just over a mile and a half, but you'll be rewarded with scenery right out of a fairytale. Take in the expansiveness of the area. The idea is quickly abandoned (Roe 1997). A rest day at Basin Creek will afford us plenty of time for relaxing, dipping in cold mountain waters, and exploring nearby Horseshoe Basin and the historic Black Warrior Mine. This is your last chance to refill water bottles, so take the time to do so here. Stehekin, WA. Today we’re going about 7 miles to the Basin Creek Camp, on the east side of Cascade Pass. The drive to the trailhead may be long, but the destination is absolutely worth it.At the easterly edge of the Pasayten Wilderness, almost touching the Canadian border, lies Horseshoe Basin; a truly unique and beautifully remote place. 705 2nd Ave, Suite 300 Hike by WTA Staff: Stehekin can be accessed via the Cascade Pass Trail. To access Horseshoe Basin from the Stehekin valley, travel to the town of Chelan and find your way to the Lady of the Lake ferry terminal. Backcountry camping permit. As you reach the crest, expansive views into Pelton Basin open up in front of you. In fact, Buckner Mountain is considered the 17th-most technically-demanding … Cascade Pass, Horseshoe Basin (Stehekin) Decided on a last significant hike of summer: Take a few days with the two youngsters and hike into Stehekin (then hang in Chelan for a week). From Tonasket, take a left onto the Loomis Highway and drive 16 miles to Loomis. You can also rent bikes, though keep in mind it's a 14 mile-long ride to High Bridge. We'll then descend 5 miles and 2,500' to Horeshoe Basin, where we'll camp. Day 3: Horseshoe Basin to Sahale Arm to Cascade Pass TH No need to hurry today, so we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast in the morning sun and left camp at 9:30am. Distance: 18 miles roundtrip. Virtual Tour of Horseshoe Basin. Ticket prices for the ferry vary depending on which ferry you take and what season you visit; check them at ladyofthelake.com.Once you're in Stehekin, make arrangements to get to High Bridge. Be warned, this road is quite rough -- high clearance vehicles are necessary to negotiate it. Cascade Pass. On your way to the basin, you’ll see increasing amounts of subalpine fir trees, trickling creeks and bright wildflowers. Ticket prices for the ferry vary depending on which ferry you take and what season you visit; check them at ladyofthelake.com. A scenic trail climbing from valley to pass (Cascade Pass). At six miles you arrive at your destination; sublime Horseshoe Basin. A far less crowded option is to head to the Stehekin Valley and Horseshoe Basin. See the detail… Beyond the washout a 2.5 mile hike down the road brings Buckner Mountain, also commonly known as Mount Buckner, is a high-elevation peak located in the North Cascades of Washington. The peak is considered an \"Apex\" county highpoint, one of the 20 most technically-demanding CoHPs to summit in the United States outside of Alaska. Upon reaching Cascade Pass, we then continued on up the trail to Sahalee Arm, this climb, (which is a climb) is straight up switch backs. At the elbow of a switchback the spur trail heads up the Basin Creek draw to Horseshoe Basin. Cascade Pass is a favorite day hiker destination – for a good reason. Cascade River Road. This couloir proves to be the most frightening part of our traverse – it is capped by the cornice of death. Contributions to WTA are tax deductible, and we are committed to making the best use of every donation to our mission. Bears, mountain goats, and marmots frequent this basin and can often be seen moving through the valley. Maple Pass – Lake Ann Loop: Contributions to WTA are tax deductible, and we are committed to making the best use of every donation to our mission. The main trail coming down from Cascade Pass makes a long traverse of the mountainside, descending towards the valley floor. Hike by WTA Staff: RECOMMENDED ROUTE Ptarmigan Traverse 34.7 mi 55.8 km • 11,003' Up 3353.7 m Up • 13,119' Down 3998.56 m Down. To access Horseshoe Basin from the Cascade Pass trailhead, drive Highway 20 to the little town of Marblemount. Here, make a right onto County Road 9425, and after 2 miles make a left onto Forest Road 39. Are There Grizzly Bears on the Pacific Crest Trail? This trail ascends steeply through subalpine meadows and talus fields to the base of the Sahale Glacier. Cascade Pass – Sahale Glacier – Horseshoe Basin. Boston Basin is a popular climbing area, with access to Forbidden, Sahale and Sharkfin peaks, and is also accessed via Cascade River Road. The first 3 miles of the road have been closed due to a washout. Begin the hike at Glory Mountain, because access to the Cottonwood Trailhead can not be gained on foot. The run from Cascade Pass Trailhead near Marblemount, WA, to Stehekin, WA, was one of the easier trails I've run, and the scenery was majestic. ... We packed up and headed off to Horseshoe Basin. Our tax identification number is EIN 91-0900134. Gawking is allowed, even encouraged. Our tax identification number is EIN 91-0900134. This trail leads into Horseshoe Basin from the Cascade Pass Trail. From Cascade Pass, you can also head east and downward towards campsites at Pelton Basin and a popular side-trip to Horseshoe Basin - a spectacular steep-walled cirque with waterfalls, wildflowers, and an historic mining site. Waterfalls cascade from glaciers that are just out of sight above the valley walls, lush greenery abounds, and views of the valley across the way, complete with staggering mountain views are stunning. Expansive view of numerous peaks, including Mt. Register in person at ranger station (no fee). Andrea Imler. Elevation Gain: 4,550 feet. To access Horseshoe Basin from the Stehekin valley, travel to the town of Chelan and find your way to the Lady of the Lake ferry terminal. Hike steadily uphill and reach the inviting pass at 4.8 miles. Waterfalls pour over the side of Horseshoe Basin. Cascade Pass to Sahale Arm 11.5 mi 18.5 km • 3,873' Up 1180.34 m Up • 3,872' Down 1180.22 m Down. Continue on the spur road for nearly six miles until you arrive at the trailhead. Rouse proposes building an electric railway from the Skagit River over Cascade Pass to Horseshoe Basin to serve the miners. we grand. The shuttle bus stops at Bridge Creek so there will be a hike or better yet a bike ride to get to Cotton Wood. It is approximately four miles one way to an abandoned mining site. Turn onto this road, and drive 23 miles to the end. Please note that the mileage indicated here is for the Horseshoe Basin trail itself. Central Cascades -- Entiat Mountains/Lake Chelan, Buy the Green Trails McGregor Mtn No. From the pass, trails branch off in multiple directions. Right on cue, Johannesburg performed for us as we entered the Cascade Pass … Our hike begins with a steep climb up to Cascade Pass, and then back down the other side to Basin Creek. How I Survived A Total Anchor Failure In The Alpine (North Cascades, Washington) A Climber’s Guide to Glacier Peak Mountain In Washington. The Cascade River Road provides access to the very popular Cascade Pass, Horseshoe Basin, and Sahale Arm Trails, as well as a scenic route for visitors hiking across the park to Stehekin. Backpack - Horseshoe Basin via Cascade Pass A backpack trip starting with a hike over Cascade Pass, a 1.5 mile side-trip to Doubtful Lake, then descending into Pelton Basin to spend 2 nights at Basin Creek Camp. We make our way around the basin underneath the Buckner Glacier and ascended a steep and narrow snow couloir to the divide between this basin and Horseshoe Basin. Total Miles for Day 2: 8.0, 9.8/10.8, or 13.4/16.8 miles. Seattle, WA 98104. 81 map. Standing at ~9112' elevation, Buckner Mountain is the highest point of Skagit County and the sixth-highest county highpoint (CoHP) in Washington. Camping/Lodging: Keep your site or room in Marblemount for a second night. After 3.7 miles of traversing old-growth, meadows, talus and perhaps a lingering snowfield or two, you will reach the 5,400-foot Cascade Pass. A menagerie of animals, even baby ptarmigans. It is a 23 mile (37 km) hike from the Cascade Pass parking lot to High Bridge, where shuttle service is available to Stehekin. Subscribe to our free email newsletter for hiking events, news, gear reviews and more. Hiker Headlines: Highway Closures, Avalanche Info, Outdoor Economy, Firefighters Wanted, Wanapum Planning. Water is scarce along this section of trail and in the heat of summer this area can be a scorcher due to the lack of tree cover. Allow plenty of time to explore Horseshoe Basin by camping at the trailhead, where primitive camping without a water source is available. 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