Miners Point – NF3300-133

Total Miles
2.5

Elevation

1081.98 ft

Duration

Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

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Trail Overview

Miners Point is a 2.5-mile, maintained gravel Forest Service road above the North Fork of Taneum Creek that spurs off of Taneum Road at the Taneum Junction. This is a segment of a larger North-South 60-mile Overlanding route connecting Cle Elum and the Highway 90 Corridor to Nile on the Highway 410 corridor on gravel Forest Service roads through the Taneum - Manastash ORV area in the Wenatchee National Forest. The ORV trails in this area are open from June 15 - October 15 but many of the lower elevation forest service roads are open and accessible year-round. This route tops out at about 5,000' and is likely clear by mid-May. The higher elevation routes to the West often are still snowbound well into July.

Difficulty

Easy

Technical Rating

1