With a bit of rain on the calendar for the next few days we made a point to venture over to the Teanaway area of central Washington. Specifically, the Indian Camp area along the Middle Fork of the Teanaway River was the place to visit before the sun is replaced by the clouds and rain that are in the forecast.
Fall is a great time to visit as the reds and yellow leaves contrast wonderfully with the dark green evergreens and the blue skies. The trail footing is generally fairly sandy with few areas of loose rock and the grades are also gentle.
We had a great time and visited some of the more popular spots such as “Lunch Rock” and “Indian Cave”. While I’m fairly sure that these names aren’t in any guidebook, they are pretty telling of what you’ll see!
BTW – the Indian Camp trail map has been completely revised and now includes many, many, more of the DNR roads (sometimes more like gravel trails) in the area.
As always for more info please click HERE