Difficult

Chelan Summit Trail

Carlton, Washington

About the trail

The Chelan Summit Trail is a 64.9 km trail that starts in Carlton, Washington and ends in Okanogan County, Washington. The trail is considered to be difficult to hike and has a total elevation gain of 3489m. Normally the trail takes 4 days to complete but can be finished in as little as 3 or 2 days. Dogs are welcome on the trail.

The warmest months are June, July, and August and the coldest months are December, January, and February. The wettest months are December, January, and February and the driest months are September, October, and November.

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Stats

  • Trail Length

    64.9 km

  • No. of Stages

    4 Stages

  • Elevation Gain

    3489

  • Elevation Loss

    4024

  • Average Elevation per KM

    55.0

  • Max Elevation

    2471.3

  • Difficult

    Difficult

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