Hart’s Pass

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Mazama, Washington (Okanogan County)
Last Updated: 08/24/2022

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Highlight: Hart’s Pass
Slate Peak may be the tallest, but Hart’s Pass contains the terror. Believed to be the most dangerous road in Washington, the narrow road contains many twists and turns, with drops of several hundred feet. Oh, and there’s no guard rail. Anywhere. Hart’s Pass was created in 1893 to be used with gold and silver mines. Today, it’s mostly used to travel to Slate Peak and the Pacific Crest Trail. This trail is beautiful with many spectacular views, but it is not for the faint of heart; it will definitely test your nerve. Trailers are not allowed on the trail, and larger vehicles such as RVs should also not be taken.
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