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Whiskey Dick Wildlife Area, Central WA, 8 Miles, 1750' Gain

Seattle Get up Get on Out
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Endorsed by Curators:
Apr 14 7:00AM - 8:00PM

* Let's try to find some Sun and check out wildflowers in Central WA.
* You must NOT sign up if you have any plans in Seattle that evening before 9 PM.

Trail
WTA Description ( https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/whiskey-dick-wildlife-area )
Total Length: 8 miles
Elevation change: 1750'
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Pace: Social (~2 miles/hour uphill), group stays together

Weather Forecast for what it's worth:
https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?textField1=46.9606856&textField2=-120.0943768#.WsrBRCOZOfc

Trailhead (Co-ordinates:[masked], [masked])
From I-90 East, take exit 115 and drive north to the Vantage Hwy; turn right, heading east for 13.7 miles to the eastern access of the Quilomene Wildlife Area; turn onto the gravel road and park.

Tentative Itinerary
07:00am - Eastgate P&R
08:30am - Ellensburg
10:00am - Start hiking
12:30pm - Lunch
04:00pm - Back to Trailhead
05:00pm - Dinner in Ellensburg
08:00pm - Estimated return to Eastgate P&R

Important:
1. You and you alone are completely responsible for your safety.
2. Discover Pass is required (one per car).
3. NO dogs on this hike please.
4. Wear sturdy boots, have layers of clothing, poles (optional), bring plenty of water, snack, packed lunch, and anything else of 10 essentials (http://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/ten-essentials.html).
5. Please bring $20 for your driver and a bag for your muddy boots if you plan on being a rider.
6. Update your RSVP in advance if your plans change. Two no-shows and/or late cancellation and you won't be able to participate in my future events.
7. Finally, please answer the question about carpool and add yourself to the waiting list. I will move you to the main list when we have enough drivers. THANKS.

How to find us:Small Parking Lot WEST of the Garage, NOT under the Overpass

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