Pacific Crest Trail: K: Hwy 2 to Hwy 20

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Section K of the PCT runs 117.5 miles from Highway 2 at Stevens Pass to Highway 20 at Rainy Pass. This is one of the most challenging sections of the entire pacific crest trail, second only to the section that runs with the John Muir Trail in California. Highlights of this section include the gorgeous Glacier Peak and the Glacier Peak Wilderness.

Along the way the trail passes Skykomish, WA; a 3-yard wide tributary of Nason Creek; Lake Janus; Glasses Lake; Grizzly Peak; Grizzly Lake; Wenatchee Pass; Saddle Gap; Cady Pass; Lake Sally Ann; Wards Pass; Indian Pass; Indian Pass to Miners Creek Detour; Murky Kid Pond; Lower White Pass; Red Pass; White Chuck River; Baekos Creek; Chetwok Creek; Sitkum Creek; Kennedy Creek; Glacier Creek; Pumice Creek; Fire Creek; Fire Creek Pass; Mica Lake; Mica Creek; Milk Creek; Vista Ridge; Vista Creek; Gamma Creek; Suiattle River; Buck Creek Pass; Miners Creek; Suiattle Pass; South Fork Agnes Creek; Agnes Creek; High Bridge Ranger Station; Stehekin, WA; Coon Lake; McGregor Creek; Buzzard Creek; Canim Creek; Bridge Creek Ranger Station; Berry Creek; Bridge Creek; Maple Creek; North Cascades National Park; Highway 20; and Rainy lake.
Trail length: 118 miles
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  • Posted by Greg Heil on December 15, 2011


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