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Hurley Road Snowshoe

Central Cascades

A quiet roadwalk near Blewett Pass -- a good option for those looking for a wide trail with less elevation gain. Continue reading


Central Cascades -- Blewett Pass
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5.0 miles, roundtrip


Gain: 550 ft.
Highest Point: 3600 ft.


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Here's a nice roadwalk near the snowshoe trails in Blewett Pass. Follow the gradually climbing road through the quiet forest for several miles. Because it's a road, you may encounter snowmobiles, but that also means there's a good track to ski or snowshoe on. If you do elect to snowshoe, please stay to the side and do not walk in existing ski tracks.

Hurley Road Snowshoe

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Co-ordinates: 47.3254, -120.6733 Open in Google Maps


Central Cascades -- Blewett Pass

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Getting There

From Cle Elum, drive north on Highway 970, then Highway 97. Drive to the Old Blewett Pass Road. There is plowed parking here -- turn in, park your car, and then carefully cross Highway 97 and walk a couple hundred feet north along the highway to Road 9711 (the first road you come to on your right) The snowshoe route is along Road 9711, which follows Hurley Creek. 


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