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52 Hike Challenge Washington #OptOutside Inclusivity Hike to Wallace Falls

52 Hike Challenge Washington #OptOutside Inclusivity Hike to Wallace Falls

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14503 Wallace Lake Rd
14503 Wallace Lake Road
Gold Bar, WA 98251 United States
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Join us on Wednesday, December 13th for #OptOutside #52HikeChallenge.

Please join us on Wednesday, December 13th for #OptOutside #52HikeChallenge. We are encouraging our community to join us outside for gratitude, adventure, and inclusivity thanks to our partner, REI. We will have giveaways and snacks before we hit the trail.

This is a 4.9-mile out-and-back hike near Gold Bar, Washington. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 3 hours to complete. Elevation gain is approximately 1,469 ft. Slow to moderate pace. Limited to 10 people. No pets please due to size of group.

Please bring your 10 Essentials, at least 2 liters of water, and layers, microspikes might be helpful depending on weather.

Directions: We will be meeting at the Wallace Falls Trailhead at 9:30am sharp. Here is the link for AllTrails: Wallace Falls via Woody Trail, Washington

Located two miles northeast of Gold Bar, Wash. in Snohomish County. Park address:14503 Wallace Lake Road Goldbar, WA 98251. From the west: Take U.S. Hwy. 2 (Steven’s Pass Highway) east 12 miles from Monroe to Gold Bar. Once in Gold Bar, follow the signs two miles northeast to the park. From the east: Take U.S. Hwy. 2 west about 43 miles from the summit of Steven’s pass to the town of Gold Bar. From town, follow the signs two miles northeast to the park.

Everyone participating must sign and turn in our liability waiver – which can be e-signed here: https://waiver.fr/p-nWfS7

• The Discover Pass is required for vehicular entrance to this park. For more information about the Discover Pass, please visit https://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/31/About-the-Pass

Looking forward to seeing you then! Please contact me at LoriSussman@comcast.net with any questions.

Happy Hiking,

Lori Sussman

52HikeChallenge Washington Leadership Team