The Jungle Hill Trail begins near a flowing stream and winds upward through the forest canopy for 2.5 miles to panoramic views to the east. The trail is primarily used by backpackers and horseback riders and is an access route to the Kettle Crest Trail. For those in good physical condition, a day hike can be made of this route. The last quarter mile of the trail is tough to follow but is marked by orange markers.
Directions: From Kettle Falls, Follow US 395 to the junction with Hwy. 20. Take Hwy. 20 east for approximately 22 miles to the Albian Hill Road #2030. Travel north on 2030 for .6 miles to the trail sign at the edge of the gravel pit site. From here you travel west for .2 miles to the foot trail.
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