Trees of the Pacific Northwest - Field Trip

Field trip: Trees of the Pacific Northwest

Trees of the Pacific Northwest - Field Trip - Lake Ingalls

Take a hike with the Olympia Naturalist Committee to identify native trees. We plan to hike at a naturalist's pace with frequent stops to discuss what we see. We may reach Ingalls Pass but that is not the goal. We do not plan to go on to Ingalls Lake.

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  • Sat, Oct 19, 2019
  • Olympia Naturalists Committee
  • Exploring Nature
  • Adults
  • Moderate
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 5.0 mi

We will meet at the Beverly Campground on FR 9737 along the N Fork of the Teanaway River.  47.3772, -120.881 . The trailhead is about 5.5 miles up the road from this Campground.  This Campground site has some lower-elevation trees that we would not otherwise see.

Participants may want to camp at Beverly Campground.

More information will be provided by the trip leader as the date approaches. 

The field trip is open only to people who attend the Oct 14, 2019 talk.  The field trip is being offered twice.  Sign up for only one

Oct 19 on the Ingalls Pass Trail

Oct 20 on the Longs Pass trail.  

The Ingalls Pass trail is in the beautiful Teanaway region.  These trails are at mid-to-high elevation just east of the Cascade crest in a high-diversity zone.  You are likely to see tree species that you don't see every day.  One example is the subalpine larch, which should be displaying its golden finery.


Lake Ingalls

  • Green Trails Alpine Lakes East (Stuart Range) No. 208SX

    Green Trails Mt Stuart No. 209

    USGS Mount Stuart
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