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Stehekin ~ Imus Trail & Purple Pass intersect
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This sign post is at the intersecting fork in the pathways (just up the hill from Stehekin) for Imus Trail (which heads over the Imus Creek Bridge and then down to Stehekin) and Purple Pass (via the Purple Creek Trail), while the lower of the three trails (not posted) is the lower portion of Purple Creek Trail.  It goes down to Purple Creek Bridge, which then heads down past the horse corral and continues to the southeast side of Stehekin.  


The village of Stehekin is only a short way down the hill beside Lake Chelan, which is barely visible through the thin bright overcast rainclouds and other lowerhanging morning mist (also note the few raindrops on the camera lens almost rainbow-like from the mild rain this autumn).

NOTE:  The location of the map pin is approximate, as I placed it where the map showed only the approximate area of the two intersecting trails, and did not label the third leg at all.  

Even if you have a great map and compass, be sure to check with the visitor center first for the latest update any trail, as your trail may not continue to your proposed destination due to washout, weather, etcetera.

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Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 14/11/2016
Uploaded: 10/01/2017
Updated: 11/01/2017
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Tags: trail; forest; sign; autumn; fall; overcast; post; path
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