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Chopper Point

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Amazing views of Number 1 and 2 Canyons, Mission Ridge, and Horselake Mountain (but you'll have to earn it)!


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Miles

0.7

KM

35%

Runnable

2,392' 729 m

High

1,633' 498 m

Low

759' 231 m

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Down

31%

Avg Grade (17°)

56%

Max Grade (29°)

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This short route will connect you to the community trail that straddles the ridgeline between Number 1 and 2 Canyons (and eventually it somehow meets up with the Number 2 Canyon trails). The footing on this is very loose in most places, so a good set of shoes with aggressive tread are necessary, as well as some trekking poles for the way down. There is no set trail, per se, so just follow the weaves of trails that people have made up the spine (it's pretty self-explanatory).

Flora & Fauna

In April the balsamroot and lupine are amazing.

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Matt Slagle

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in Wenatchee

#17129

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in Wenatchee

#851

in Washington

#17,129

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Nearing the end of balsamroot season, this past May.
Jun 14, 2020 near West We…, WA
Lupine and Horselake Mountain
Jun 14, 2020 near West We…, WA

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