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Grayback Mtn, WA | No Longer Accessible

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Despite many past descriptions on the Internet of access to the summit of Grayback Mountain on foot or by bike, as of Spring 2021 private property rights are being enforced and the route is posted "No Trespassing" in multiple places.

The "Welcome" sign pictured below on DNR land requiring display of a Washington Discover Pass does not describe that the majority of the route to the summit is on private land and only the lower portion of the road is on public land. The "upper trailhead" described in some blogs has also been reposted as "No Trespassing" and the second photo describing a cooperative agreement between WDFW and Western Pacific Timber is actually no longer on land owned by Western Pacific Timber. Western Pacific Timber has sold many parcels to individuals that are not interested in public access.  

Sorry folks. There are other nearby summits that allow access (in 2021) like Lakeside Ridge-W7W/MC-100. 

DNR Welcome Sign
Obsolete Cooperative Agreement Sign