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Badger Mountain Flats

Central Washington

Location

Central Washington

Length

0.6 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Gain: 30 ft.
Highest Point: 240 ft.

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This short trail in the City of Richland’s Trailhead Park was built in sections by Boy Scouts for their Eagle Scout Projects and then graveled by the Tri-Cities Rotary Clubs.

The Badger Flats Trail heads west through open sagebrush and grasses, then loops back along the face of Badger Mountain. To make a complete loop, take the Canyon Trail back to the parking lot.

 

Badger Mountain Flats

Map & Directions

Trailhead

Central Washington

City of Richland

Guidebooks & Maps

Friends of Badger Mountain Trails Map: http://friendsofbadger.org/trail-faq/

Getting There

From the west on I-182, in Richland, take exit 3. Turn right on to Queensgate and continue to Keene Road (stoplight). Turn left onto Keene Road and continue to Shockley Road (first right, about ½ mile). Turn right onto Shockley Road and continue .3 miles to Trailhead Park on your left. The address of the trailhead is 525 Queensgate Dr. From the east on I-182, in Richland, take exit 3A. Follow the exit ramp as it curves around to the right and merges with Queensgate. Continue on to Keene Road and follow the directions above.

Parking Pass/Entry Fee

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