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outdoor adventures near white pass


Located on the Naches River, you can literally fish out of your back door for Rainbow Trout, Eastern Brook, Cut Throat & Dolly Vardon.  In addition to the Naches River, Bumping Lake & a number of nearby streams, there are many high mountain lakes & runs for the beginner or experienced fisherman.

Fishing on the Naches River

Bumping Lake is just a 20 minute drive & offers beautiful scenery & clean, clear waters that you can take your boat, canoe, or kayak.

Bumping Lake

Whistlin’ Jack’s is surrounded by the Wenatchee National Forest & its wonderful trail system, including: 

 Indian Flats – 5.8 miles

Bear Gap – 20.8 miles

Edgar Rock - 2 miles

Little Bald Mountain Fire Lookout

Fife’s Ridge – 13.1 miles

Union Creek – 17.2 miles

Hell’s Crossing – 12.4 miles       Mesatchee Creek – 18.7 miles

Union Falls

There are a plethora of mountain roads located within just miles of Whistlin’ Jack’s that allow off road enthusiasts endless exploration. 

Jeep club exploring

A short drive up Chinook Pass to the Union Falls Trailhead will lead you to a number of waterfalls. Although the falls have water year round, the best viewing is March through July. 

Just a few miles up the road from the Lodge is Chinook Pass Outfitters where they provide a mountain trail ride experience you won’t forget.

Elk, deer, bear, mountain goat & big horn sheep are the predominant wildlife around the lodge, but there’s also a chance to catch a glimpse of cougar, lynx, bobcat, coyote & fox.


 Huckleberries can be found around the Little Naches in late Summer/early Autumn.  If you wait much past Labor Day, the bears will have eaten them all!

In the Spring, morel mushrooms bloom in the forests surrounding Whistlin’ Jack’s.  If you know what you’re looking for, it’s a great way to spend a day in the woods.

We’re located extremely close to Boulder Cave where a gravel path leads you on a scenic hike up to & through the cave, along a babbling creek the whole way.  Don’t forget your flashlight!  

In the Spring, Whistlin’ Jack’s serves as a home base for your hunting trip, allowing you to stay within miles of amazing hunting grounds in the surrounding mountains.