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Salter Trail, Washington

   
There are two trailheads to chose from, one in each end which means you have the option of hiking it one way if you have someone to pick you up at the other end. This area does get very dry sometimes, so do check for current fire restrictions before you go if you plan to bring a stove or make a camp fire. With its 14 miles of walking distance; it's longer than many wilderness trails. Some parts of this wilderness trail are much higher up than other parts of the wilderness trail which of course means you need to be prepared for different conditions on different parts of the wilderness trail. Salter Trail has a total elevation difference of 3,163 feet which is a higher than average number. This backcountry hike should take you about 2 days, so make sure you've got all your overnight gear packed. Keep in mind that this is a long backpacking trail, so make sure you bring plenty of supplies.


Trailhead 1 to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 7 miles
Total climbing distance = 3.3 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 6.5 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 3.5 hours

Trailhead 2 to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 7 miles
Total climbing distance = 2.7 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 6 hours
Fast Hiking Pace: 3.5 hours
    Trailhead 1 back to Trailhead 1:
Total hiking length = 14 miles
Total climbing distance = 6 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 2 days
Fast Hiking Pace: 8 hours

Trailhead 2 back to Trailhead 2:
Total hiking length = 14 miles
Total climbing distance = 6 miles
Difficulty : Difficult
Casual Hiking Pace: 2 days
Fast Hiking Pace: 8 hours

Total elevation difference: 3163 feet
   
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