Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area
The Alpine Lakes Wilderness is a large wilderness area spanning the Central Cascades of Washington state in the United States. The wilderness is located in parts of Wenatchee National Forest and Snoqualmie National Forest, and is approximately bounded by Interstate 90 and Snoqualmie Pass to the south and U.S. Route 2 and Stevens Pass to the north. The Alpine Lakes is the largest wilderness area near the population centers of Puget Sound, counted at 414,161 acres (167,605 ha) following the 2014 expansion.
|Colchuck Lake (13.4 miles)|
Little Annapurna (15 miles)
Granite Mountain Trailhead (22.4 miles)
Goat Lake (32.6 miles)
Mount Rainier National Park (56.8 miles)
|Pike Place Fish Market (58.3 miles)|
Waterfront Park (Seattle) (58.4 miles)
Museum of Pop Culture (58.7 miles)
Space Needle (58.8 miles)
Kerry Park (59.3 miles)
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Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area, Leavenworth, Washington 98826
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