Mud Mountain Rim Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Enumclaw, WA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
From Enumclaw, S on Highway 410. 3.9 miles past mile marker 26 turn Right on Mud Mountain Dam Rd. You will each the trailhead after 2.5 miles.
Nice, easy hike. Amazing number and variety of mushrooms.
Cool find for not knowing the dam was there. If you drive in to the park and hike from there it's only a 5 minute hike. But has a spray park for the kids.
Nice through the woods but not much scenery. Still, a good way to spend a morning.
This was more of a leisurely walk but still fun and beautiful! Great for kids and dogs!!! Went couple months ago so not sure if it's open or not
As of today 7-15-16 trail is still closed. Beautiful views
Trail was closed today due to some down trees! Beautiful views though, will definitely go back to hike the trail!
Beautiful views nice hike not too easy not too hard! We had a great day, both times I've gone!
Beautiful views and great hike for kids! The entrance to the trail is near the playground. The hike was about 2 miles long. When we came to the end there was a sign to hike along River Trail which is definitely worth the extra mile walk. The view is amazing! Round trip was close to 6 miles.
have a 2 5 and 7 yr old
they did good doing 4 miles
nice step up from deep lake
Loved it! Trail was easy with nice views of the river and dam.
fun natural trail
A nice scenic hike that follows the White river. While not very challenging, it provides nice views into the valley and some beautiful forested areas. A few downed trees were across the trail, but I am sure they will be moved soon. Trail is well maintained.
A great exercise hike.
Do this one for the exercise, not the views. I can't really say this qualifies as a hike, more on the order of a nature walk. Not much elevation gain. Lots of shade/cover and pretty green. At the end/turnaround you can continue down a service road (to the right) to get to the White River. Lots of trucks and equipment and work going on, on a weekday. Not terribly peaceful :)). Oh well, it's close to the Enumclaw/Buckley area. Oh, and watch out for those spider webs across the trail if you are first on. :))
Super fun. Great trail!!
Made a nice 6 mile loop around the trails taking a right at the trail junction at the end of the Mud Mountain trail. That trail ends at ranchers field down at the river. Lots of logs to rest on deposited by high water when the dam is full.
a nice stroll through the wood. there are a few nice peek a boo views in the clearings, but don't expect any grand views. many muddy spots makes crossing log bridges a bit tricky. the washed out cliffs are quite the sight. if you do the entire trail, it is broken up near mile 3 by a ravine. it's not hard to figure out how to get back on trail, but is not well marked either. logging road parallels the trail and highway so we were not concerned about going off trail.