The best early season trail for mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking. Crossings at Scatter and Slate creeks may become difficult in the spring due to high water. Generally up and down route is along hillside above the Twisp River. Highlights: Occasional views. A good day trip for a family outing.
This is a multi use trail, please respect other users. (hiking / horses)
From Twisp, Washington, drive west on Twisp River Road (Okanogan County Road 9114),at about 10 miles turn left onto Buttermilk Creek Road (county road 1090) which crosses a bridge across Twisp River, follow the West Buttermilk Road to the right onto the road that becomes Forest Service Road #4420 to Twisp River Sno-Park, about 1.5 miles from bridge.
Additional access points to Twisp River Trail are: near War Creek Bridge (where there is limited parking), Scatter Creek Trailhead, Slate Creek Trailhead, and South Creek Trailhead. Some of these trailheads require a valid recreation pass.
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More Stats for Twisp River Trail #440 mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,363 ft
Altitude min2,325 ft
Altitude start3,689 ft
Altitude end2,325 ft
Distance climb5 miles
Distance down8 miles
Distance flat2,305 ft
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Twisp River... Trail Reports
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