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The drive from Spokane to Gypsy Meadows is a about a 2.5 hour drive. From Spokane, take Highway 2 north to the junction with Highway 211 (look for signs for Cusick, Metaline Falls, etc.). Head north on 211 to the junction at Usk and turn left onto Highway 20. Continue north on Highway 20 a few miles past the rest area/museum at Tiger and the turnoff for Tiger Pass (Highway 20). A few miles past the “Airport Quick Stop” mini mart/gas station on your left, and just as you’re entering the outskirts of the town of Ione, take a poorly marked right onto paved County Road# 9345, which should have a sign directing you towards Sullivan Lake. Cross the river and stay on road #9345 (the middle road option) at the multi-road junction on the east side of the bridge and then continue on about 12 miles through the woods and past the lake, campground, and ranger station and turn right onto Forest Service Road 22. Drive about 6 miles and keep to the left at the major Y junction with the turn-off to Pass Creek Pass. This will put you on FS 2220. Follow this to Gypsy Meadows Campground.
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Gypsy meadows offers access into the 41,000 acre Salmo-Priest Wilderness is located on the Colville National Forest in the extreme northeast corner of Washington. The wilderness is dominated by the Shedroof Divide and Crowell Ridge. Wildlife abounds in this wild corner of the state, including moose, wolves, grizzly bears and even woodland caribou. This is an opportunity to explore one of the lesser know gems Washington.
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