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Cle Elum, Washington is the hub to some of the best trail heads in the state of Washington. Cle Elum has hundreds of miles of trails close by, this is why Cle Elum, Washington, is known as a recreation hub for the Pacific Northwest. Summer is one of our most popular times for folks to hit the trails, however we feature many year-round hiking options to explore. With a fantastic four-season climate and 260 sunny days each year, Cle Elum is one of the best places in the entire northwest to choose for your next hike. It is nearly impossible to sum up the hiking opportunities in Cle ELum, Washington, we invite you to hike every trail listed below. We look forward to seeing you soon. Please share your experiences with us on our social media links below.

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    Silver Creek Tie
    Once you get past that first mile it levels out, the creek provides a soundtrack, and the meadows begin. There are tons of flowers, old man's beard on the trees, and little creek crossings to keep cool. We saw two piles of relatively fresh bear scat, but no other wildlife.
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    Stafford Creek Trail
    The Stafford Creek Trail offers just about everything you want in a hike, from wildflowers to fascinating geology and just enough elevation gain to keep interest.

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    Taneum Junction Campground
    Near Cle Elum, WA

    (509) 674-4411
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    Nestled among the trees close to South Fork Taneum Creek, Taneum Junction Campground offers the option of dispersed camping for the whole-hog wilderness experience. It is a staging area for motorbikes and is heavily used by dirt bikes because trails leading from Taneum jct are all open to motorized use for dirt bikes. There's a vault toilet on-site, but you're totally free to forego it -- the choice is yours!
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    Thorp Mountain Lookout (via Thorp Creek)
    Thorp Mountain Lookout is a 7.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail that winds through huckleberries and alpine forest, and passes by a scenic lake dotted with campsites. However, the trail is difficult leading up to the lake. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from June until October.
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    Wilson Creek
    Beginning at a large intersection of Forest Service road 3500, the Wilson Creek Trail meanders along a plateau of lodgepole pines. At the end of this trail, you'll be at the junction with the High Creek trail and further adventures.
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    For a full list of trails, maps and guides, visit the Cle Elum Visitor's Center on 1st Street.

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