Knox Creek - 4308

Total Miles
3.1

Elevation

1,330.30 ft

Duration

0.22 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Knox Creek Road Number 4308 runs through the Wenatchee National Forest, it is a natural surface road, that is tight, overgrown, and one lane with no turnouts. The road becomes steep at the end, one section requires a high clearance four-wheel drive vehicle as it has become very washed out over the years, and will continue to get worse. There are a couple of small spots off the road that you could pull over to camp for the night. The road ends at a very cool rock area, but be careful as it's a known area for falling rocks, it is very cool to check out and the views are pretty. At the end of the road is a small turnaround, or a camp spot big enough for one rig.

Photos of Knox Creek - 4308

Knox Creek - 4308
Knox Creek - 4308
Knox Creek - 4308

Difficulty

One section requires a high clearance four wheel drive vehicle as it has become very washed out over the years, and will continue to get worse.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Blake Harper
May 21, 2023
4x4
Obstructed
Downed Tree

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