Little Kachess Trail is a 8.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Easton, Washington that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from July until October.
The Little Kachess Trail begins at Kachess Campground and ends at Mineral Creek Trail #1331. The bridge over Box Canyon Creek on the Little Kachess Trail # 1312 has been removed. Hikers can ford the creek only during low water periods.
The hike is gnarly at times. You have to climb some steep rocks and roots. Though totally doable with careful balance and two feet. Hands would give you extra support and balance. There were roughly somewhere between 2 dozen and fifty blow downs between the campground and mineral creek trail head. There are several campsites along the way commanding excellent views and offering exceptional privacy.
Pretty hard for smaller kids, but it was beautiful.
Beautiful area *** definitely going back:)
We tried this trail on Memorial Day 2015. The campground was nearly empty as people had already headed home from the holiday. It costs $8 to get into park for the day cash/check only. Camp sites include bbq grills bring your own charcoal. Lake views along trail are prestine, area is quiet and relaxing. Easy walking on trail or campground roadways even great for easy bike ride on paved roads through wooded areas.