Profanity Peak Trail

The Profanity Peak Trail is a little-used trail that connects with the Kettle Crest

Profanity Peak Trail #32


Description: This is a short trail with a gentle climb to the Kettle Crest Trail.  The trail head is small, with room for only two vehicles. There was a forest fire on Tonasket Mountain several years ago but the highlands near the crest were spared and offer open stands of virgin forest with grassy meadows between them. Large wildlife: bears, moose and elk live in these forests. Be aware of your surroundings and don’t try to approach animals.

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Profanity Peak Trail on

Colville National Forest- Profanity peakKettle Range Conservation Group