Abercrombie Mountain Trail

Part of the Selkirk Range, Abercrombie Mountain is the second highest peak in Northeast Washington, at 7,310 ft. The 3.2 mile Abercrombie trail is primarily wooded until it reaches the ridge top, where it opens up to scattered trees, providing breathtaking panoramic views of the Pend Oreille and Columbia River valleys as well as the Kettle Crest.  Wildflowers and huckleberries can be found during the late season and don’t miss out on exploring  the old Abercrombie Lookout that can be reached by going north where the established trail ends. 

Abercrombie Mountain

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