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Pomas Creek

Central Cascades


Central Cascades -- Entiat Mountains/Lake Chelan
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5.0 miles, one-way


Gain: 3100 ft.
Highest Point: 6985 ft.


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Northwest Forest Pass
The Pomas Creek trail is a 5-mile connector trail that can be used to create a 21.5-mile lollipop loop in conjunction with the Entiat River Trail.
To reach the trail and create the lollipop loop, hikers will need to hop on the Entiat River Trail for 8 miles and take a left at the junction with the Ice Lakes Trail. After a brief mile towards Ice Lakes, hikers will take another left at their next junction with Pomas Creek.
From here, the trail will head up high into the mountains for 5 miles and traverse south until heading back down into the Larch Lakes basin. The Pomas Creek trail joins up with the Larch Lakes Trail, which heads back east for 2.5 miles to meet up with the Entiat River Trail. From here, hikers will take a right to retrace their steps along the Entiat River and find their way back to the trailhead.
The trail has received minimal maintenance since the 2015 Wolverine Fire ripped through the Entiat River Valley, and some sections may require route-finding or bushwhacking.  

Pomas Creek

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 48.0244, -120.6518 Open map in new window


Central Cascades -- Entiat Mountains/Lake Chelan

Pomas Creek (#1453)

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Entiat Ranger District

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Getting There

The Entiat River Road (FR 51) is just south of the town of Entiat on SR 2/US-97 N.  The trailhead is a little over 38 miles up the valley a short distance past where the road (FR 5100) turns to gravel at the Cottonwood campground.  There is a vault toilet at the campground junction and at the trailhead.

Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Northwest Forest Pass

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