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Gloyd Seeps - North

Central Washington


Central Washington -- Potholes Region
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Gain: 0 ft.
Highest Point: 1200 ft.


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The Gloyd Seeps Wildlife Area is part of the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area. This long, narrow parcel follows along Crab Creek through channeled scablands and shrub steppe.

The area is managed for wildlife, so there are no official trails here. Pheasant hunting is popular in tandem with trout fishing, but hikers can also explore these lands.

There are a combination of access road and social trails provide short segments to follow. Visitors should be confident in their navigation skills if they want to venture across this open country.


Gloyd Seeps - North

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Co-ordinates: 47.3684, -119.3835 Open map in new window


Central Washington -- Potholes Region

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Columbia Basin Wildlife Area

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Guidebooks & Maps

Best Desert Hikes: Washington (Bauer & Nelson - Mountaineers Books)

Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Moses Lake

Getting There

From Ephrata head north on Highway 28 for 6.0 miles. Turn right onto Road 20 NE for 4.1 miles, then turn right onto Road E NE for 1 mile. Just before this road bends to the right, turn left into a small gravel parking area. Parking for about 15 cars.

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Gloyd Seeps - North

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