The Ferry County Rail Trail stretches north from the town of Republic to the Canadian Border
Description: The 28-mile corridor (from the old San Poil Mill site north to the Canadian Border) has been essential infrastructure in Ferry County for over one hundred years. Ferry County is located in the northeast corner of Washington State. It is a diverse mixture of upland pine forests, deep river valleys and rugged mountainous topography. Open space is framed by the Kettle Range mountains to the east and the Okanogan Highlands to the west. The Kettle River runs through the north half of the county. Many mountain lakes including Curlew and Swan dot the landscape.
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