Reynolds Peak

An easy Basic Alpine Climb or challenging scramble, 8,512-foot Reynolds Peak is located in the Chelan-Sawtooth wilderness about 6 miles northeast of Stehekin. The south is the higher of its two summits. It's 11 miles round trip with 5,300 feet of elevation gain.

getting there

From Twisp, drive west on Twisp River Road for 18.8 miles to Mystery Campground. At the campground, cross the river on Forest Road 3423 and drive it for 1.3 miles to a junction. Turn left and drive to the Reynold's Creek Trailhead (3,100 ft).

  • Difficulty: Basic Alpine Climb, Strenuous 5, Technical 5
  • Length: 11.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 5,300 ft
  • 8,512 ft
  • Land Manager: Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests
    Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness, Methow Valley Ranger District (OWNF)
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Default Party Size: 6
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
  • Green Trails Buttermilk Butte No. 83
  • Green Trails Stehekin No. 82
  • USGS Midnight Mtn
  • USGS Gilbert
  • USGS Sun Mountain
  • Red Marker
    48.405682, -120.489579
    48.4056820125 -120.489579123
  • Red Marker
    48.375956, -120.566711
    48.375956248 -120.566711426

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