Twenty-Eight Mile Creek starts on FS-70 just past the shooting pit and travels just over 14 miles to an elevation of 4800 feet. The road then reconnects with WA Highway 410, creating a large loop. The scenery that unfolds on Twenty-Eight Mile Creek is nothing short of awe-inspiring, offering an opportunity to immerse oneself in the awe-inspiring beauty of nature's untouched splendor. This captivating road unveils breathtaking vistas of a concealed valley. While no campsites are along the road, many spur roads undoubtedly lead to lookouts and fantastic camping opportunities.
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