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Mount Fernow

Central Cascades

Location

Central Cascades -- Leavenworth Area
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Length

22.0 miles, one-way

Elevation

Gain: 5900 ft.
Highest Point: 9249 ft.

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Parking Pass/Entry Fee

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The route to Mount Fernow is a Class 4 and involves exposed climbing. Gear and experience are recommended.

Mount Fernow is the highest peak in the Entiat Mountains, and is one of the top 25 tallest peaks in the state. The route to the peak begins at the Phelps Creek trailhead.

 

Mount Fernow

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 48.1628, -120.8084 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Central Cascades -- Leavenworth Area

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Entiat Ranger District

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Getting There

From Everett head east on US 2 for 85 miles to Coles Corner. (From Leavenworth travel west on US 2 for 15 miles.) Turn left onto State Route 207 (Lake Wenatchee) and proceed 4.2 miles to a Y intersection after crossing the Wenatchee River. Bear right onto the Chiwawa Loop Road, and after 1.3 miles turn left onto the Chiwawa River Road (Forest Road 62). Proceed for 22 miles (the pavement ends at 10.8 miles) to a junction. Bear right onto FR 6211 and proceed for 2.3 very rough miles to the trailhead at the road's end (elev. 3500 ft). The hike ends just north of the Phelps Creek Campground, requiring a 3-mile road walk back to your car at the end.

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