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North Fork Walla Walla River

Eastern Washington


Eastern Washington -- Palouse and Blue Mountains
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20.2 miles, roundtrip


Gain: 1540 ft.
Highest Point: 5400 ft.


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This well-maintained trail follows along the North Fork Walla Walla River. It gradually descends from the trailhead for about 7 miles. There is a short ascent for about 3 miles, as the trail pulls away from the river to meet up with the Table Springs/Bear Creek trail.

The North Fork Walla Walla River trail offers an abundance of water. Large trees provide shade for most of the hike, and all the flora and fauna that come with being near water. At about mile 7, the trail crosses a bridge over the North Fork and begins ascending to the top of the saddle that separates the North Fork from the South Fork. The trail climbs from 3000 feet to 4000 feet over the next 3 miles till it meets the Table Springs/Bear Creek trail at the top.


North Fork Walla Walla River

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 45.9418, -118.0026 Open map in new window


Eastern Washington -- Palouse and Blue Mountains

Umatilla National Forest, Walla Walla Ranger District

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Getting There

From Walla Walla, take Mill Creek Road to the NF-65, Tiger Creek junction. Vere right onto Forest Service Road 6512.Continue for about 1 mile to the unmarked trailhead. It is located right before the sharp junction with the 020 road.

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