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Whistler Canyon Trail

Mar 03, 2012

by Striker last modified Apr 04, 2012 05:24 PM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Whistler Canyon Trail
Region: Eastern Washington -- Okanogan Highlands
Agency: Okanogan County, BLM, USFS
Trails: Whistler Canyon Trail (#100)
Hiking Companions
Hiked with kids
BCHW Okanogan chapter has developed the trail - one of their new signs. TMurray
Whistler Canyon Trail is a part of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail. This 12 mile trail is located 3 miles south of Oroville WA, and connects to the Wilcox Mtn trailhead.

The trail offers many links and loops that will provide vistas of the Okanogan River and Pasayten Wilderness no matter what your experience level. The trail is excellent for hikers and equestrians with some challenging areas for rock climbers.

This is a Big Horn Sheep area and the best choice for wildlife photography. In addition to the sheep, mule deer, bear, marmot, and wild turkey are often sighted.

The lower elevations dry out early, making this a popular spot for hiking and Rock Climbing.
You might wish you brought a camera. TMurray
Whistler Canyon Trail
Oroville WA, Okanogan River, Lake Osoyoos and looking north into Canada
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Whistler Canyon Trail

Posted by skwidspawn at Mar 25, 2013 09:00 PM
Hi Striker, could you provide any details about overnight/multi-day camping facilities, were conditions good enough for overnighting it?

a little late

Posted by Nighthawk at Mar 25, 2013 09:00 PM
There is a campground on top and there are places you could rough camp.

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