"Bears and wolves" North Cascades National Park Warnings Or Dangers Tip by goingsolo

 
 

Most of the North Cascades is isolated wilderness. There are many opportunities to backpack to the middle of nowhere and experience the true wilderness away from highways and scenic overlooks. There are wolves and grizzlies in this area, so take precautions setting up camp and storing food. And if you see a grizzly, be sure to send me a photo.

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  • Written Jul 11, 2004
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