Gloyd's Seep (North) Trail

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Gloyd's Seep (North) Trail is a 2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Moses Lake, WA that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and birding and is accessible from April until October.

2.0 miles Out & Back

kid friendly

birding

hiking

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

muddy

Gloyd's Seep (North) is part of the Gloyd's Seep and Columbia Basin Wildlife Area. This "there-n-back" trail is a fairly easy trail to walk for adults and children alike. Wildlife abounds in the form of waterfowl, birds, and butterflies. There is NO shelter. During the spring, the trail may be wet from rain or melting snow. During the summer and fall, wear a hat and sunscreen. Temperatures easily reach 90F and above. I believe hunters often use the area during duck season as shotgun shells often litter the ground. Beyond the water lock the trail turns to fresh gravel. It is difficult to walk in and, honestly, there's not much beyond that point to see. This is an easy/beginners trail or a nice little walk about during most any time of the hiking season.

hiking
2 years ago

This "there-n-back" trail is a fairly easy trail to walk for adults and children alike. Wildlife abounds in the form of waterfowl, birds, and butterflies. There is NO shelter. During the spring, the trail may be wet from rain or melting snow. During the summer and fall, wear a hat and sunscreen. Temperatures easily reach 90F and above.

I believe hunters often use the area during duck season as shotgun shells often litter the ground.

Beyond the water lock the trail turns to fresh gravel. It is difficult to walk in and, honestly, there's not much beyond that point to see.

This is an easy/beginners trail or a nice little walk about during most any time of the hiking season