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McKellar Cabin Trail

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McKellar Cabin Trail

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Steve F wrote a review Sep 2017
Bellevue, Washington1,039 contributions466 helpful votes
This short trail is very worthwhile for its included signage along the way. Various plants are identified and the history of the area is described. Very worthwhile.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Stephen W wrote a review Aug 2017
Charlottesville26 contributions8 helpful votes
interpretive hike near Stehekin landing. Doesn't take long, and is a nice complement to a stay in Stehekin
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Karen P wrote a review Sep 2016
7 contributions3 helpful votes
Learned that reuse and repurpose was crucial to life at Stehekin. Summers were very busy preparing for the harsh winters that are part of life on the lake.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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astrokate wrote a review Feb 2012
Bellingham, Washington78 contributions44 helpful votes
If you want to get off the boat, have lunch at the landing and stretch your legs, then get back on the boat, this short little trail takes about 5-10 minutes to walk, so it's doable. There should be signs (they're in the process of getting fixed) describing some local history, too. Not a huge amount to see, but if you're only in Stehekin for an hour (silly decision!), it's about all you can get to.
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Date of experience: July 2011
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NJ-Eric wrote a review Jul 2009
NJ433 contributions621 helpful votes
The cabin is a standard one room job in pretty good shape, about 20 feet off the road. You might as well look while you are there.The rest of the "trail" just circles around one building and comes out 30 feet down the same road 3 minutes of walking later. I think they'd do better to just advertise the cabin and give up on the trail part.
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