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Middle Tie Trail

Eastern Washington > Palouse and Blue Mountains
46.0949, -117.8469 Map & Directions
Length
1.6 miles, one-way
Elevation Gain
1200 feet
Highest Point
5400 feet
Calculated Difficulty About Calculated Difficulty
Moderate
Middle Tie Trail. Photo by Terry Hikes. Full-size image

Start out from the Touchet Corral Sno-park in the Umatilla National Forest. The first section is on singletrack trail, but the way quickly transitions to an old roadbed and stays like this until it ends at the intersection with Kendall Skyline Road. Continue reading

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Hiking Middle Tie Trail

Start out from the Touchet Corral Sno-park in the Umatilla National Forest. The first section is on singletrack trail, but the way quickly transitions to an old roadbed and stays like this until it ends at the intersection with Kendall Skyline Road. Just before the end, though, you can take a left and continue on the Middle Point Ridge Trail.

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Middle Tie Trail

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 46.0949, -117.8469 Open in Google Maps

Before You Go

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Getting There

From the town of Dayton, turn south on S 4th Street for 1.5 miles, then continue straight as this turns into N Touchet Road for another 19.0 miles to the Sno-Park. The parking area will be on your left.

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Trailhead

Eastern Washington > Palouse and Blue Mountains

Middle Tie Trail (#3240)

Umatilla National Forest, Walla Walla Ranger District

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