Lavender Lake is so wonderful. There’s wonderful hiking along the North Ridge Trail. There are plenty of enjoyable stuff to do close to Lavender Lake. Stay the night at Lake Easton Resort and Club; since you’re here, you could stop by Tucker Creek.
Lavender Lake is located in the Northern Cascade Range. A grade II, 7.8-mile-from-beginning-to-end whitewater stretch can be found on nearby Cle Elum River, the Cle Elum Dam to confluence with Yakima River portion.
The experienced paddlers should probably stay away from this stretch of Cle Elum River. The nearby class II, 4-mile-long Salmon La Sac Creek to Cle Elum Reservoir sector of whitewater on Cle Elum River is heaps of fun. For those inexperienced
In whitewater rafting or kayaking this bit of Cle Elum River may be an amusing location to run. Unsurprisingly, whitewater rafting or kayaking is exciting but perilous; check circumstances before you go. Lavender Lake is not far at all from Easton; hiking is a popular thing to do around Lavender Lake; Domerie Peak Trail is a fine local trail.
Having a good time in the Northern Cascade Range is trouble-free.
Fun Things To Do:
- Witewater rafting
- Trout, Rainbow
- Handicap Restroom: Yes
- Handicap Boat Launch: Yes
- Camping Available: No
- Restrooms Available: Yes
- Boat Launch Available: Yes
- Launch Type: Dirt
- Dates Open: Year-round
- Motorized Boats Allowed: No
West From Cle-Ellum on I-90 Take Exit 74 (West Nelson Siding), Right 50 feet, (on North side of I-90.
Click Here for a Map and Direction to Lavender Lake.