Ferry County Rail Trail
This 28-mile long multi-use trail runs from the old San Poil Mill site just outside of Republic, WA, and continues north to the Canadian Border. This rail corridor has been in Ferry County for over 100 years, and now treats trail enthusiasts to a varied and exciting experience. The trail is perfect for cyclists, hikers and joggers. In the winter portions of the trail are groomed for cross-country skiing. Scenery along the trail includes 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. You’ll have a chance to travel over a trestle bridge that spans Curlew Lake for some fabulous views, and along the Kettle River and through an old train tunnel.