Green Mountain Lookout Via Gold Creek Trail is a 4.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bremerton, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A moderate climb to great views of the olympics, Seattle, Bremerton, and even Mount Rainier. You will share the trail with other hikers as well as mountain bikes and horses (even if you don't see the horse you will know it was there).
Done this one a few times, nice one to do after work. Has anyone found the caves near by on this trail? They are small. TIA.
Great little trail for a partial day hike. I went on a friday afternoon so it was pretty quiet. Great view at the top
You do need a discovery pass for this. It's a good short and sweet hike. No ice or snow like previous reviews mentioned. You sure do get a workout going up but very manageable. The views are beautiful.
Trail is in good shape. 1st 100 yards is ice and then top 1/4 is snow and ice. At the parking lot in the open still about 10" of snow. Our trail crampons were very useful on the trail at the top.
I can't believe it took me 3 years of living up here to discover this gem! I was just going for a short hike and was not expecting such a magnificent view! There was a lot of snow at the top but nothing that required any special gear. Definitely will be a go to hike. Go early in the morning if you prefer a solitary hike like I do.
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This was my go to day hike when I lived in Kitsap County. It is well maintained with a wonderful view up top. The trail often has some bikers on it. For parking, the main lot requires the mountain pass, without you will have to park along the road leading up to the lot.
This is the best hike for those who live in Kitsap county but don't want to drive too far. Beautiful views and a well maintained trail. Perfect for trail running!
beautiful trail, but not for someone so out of shape and fat