Dirtyface Peak Trail
Dirtyface Peak Trail is an 13.7 km hard hike in Wenatchee National Forest. This hike offers amazing views, but it’s no walk in the park to get there. Expect steep switchbacks, a bit of overgrowth, rocks, and mud. You’ll also want lots of sunscreen and water as most of this hike is unshaded. Expect moderate traffic on this hike.
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Route Description for Dirtyface Peak Trail
Dirtyface Peak Trail is a hike that offers amazing views over Lake Wenatchee and the surrounding mountains, but it takes a considerable amount of effort to reach the top. Be prepared for steep sections, rocky, mud, and hot sun on clear days.
Begin from beside the ranger station. The trail mostly heads diagonally up the mountain face at the start, offering little relief in the way of switchbacks. Later on, you’ll traverse a couple of switchbacks before taking on much narrower turns on the final approach. Enjoy the peak and then retrace your steps back to the trailhead.
Getting to the Dirtyface Peak Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Dirtyface Peak Trail is near the Lake Wenatchee Ranger Station off lake Wenatchee Highway. There is parking here.
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