• View from Sourdough Mountain Overlook  A view looking down onto Diablo Lake. Photo Credit: NPS/Michael Silverman, 2010.

    North Cascades

    National Park Washington

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  • Cascade River Road will be open as normal through fall/winter 2014

    Cascade River Rd. will be open in 2014 until snow conditions make it impassable to vehicles, as normal. The road closure that was planned to begin September 8 has been postponed beyond 2014 due to unforeseen circumstances. More »

  • Lone Mountain Fire - National Park Service Trail Closures

    The Lone Mountain Fire in North Cascades National Park is approximately 5 mi NW of Stehekin in the Boulder Creek drainage. Boulder Creek Trail is closed. More »

  • Re-opening of Adjacent U.S. Forest Service Road and Trails that Access North Cascades NP Complex

    The area closure of the Twisp River Road and the Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest due to wildfires has been lifted as of August 19, 2014. More »

Stehekin Transportation

Stehekin Bus
 

Our distinctive red shuttle buses carry you on forested roads along the Stehekin River to campsites, trailheads, or any Stehekin adventure you choose. If you're here only for the day each passenger ferry arrives in time for a narrated tour to Rainbow Falls.

Four times daily the shuttle bus leaves the Stehekin landing and travels to High Bridge, eleven miles up valley. The shuttle will pick up and drop off passengers at trailheads and campsites or anywhere else on the route. Click here for a map of the Stehekin Valley.

CURRENT SCHEDULE

$6.00 adult
$2.50 children under 12
$5.00 per bicyle or dog

 

BICYCLES
Bicycles are the perfect way to leisurely explore the Stehekin Valley. Bring your own or rent one from Discovery Bikes. Bicycles can be rented by the hour, day, or week and for the signature Ranch Breakfast Ride.

Did You Know?

Grizzly bear track in North Cascades National Park (1989). Photo Credit: NPS/NOCA/Roger Christophersen

Grizzly bear tracks can be a reliable indicator of species? Grizzly bear and black bear forepaw tracks are distinct from one another and often times better than a photo of the bear to confirm an observation. So don't just look up, look down.