Cal Magnusson Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Enumclaw, WA that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and fishing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Nice trail to do quick hikes all year round. This is the North side trail, little bit harder hike then the South (Mud Mt Rd entrance). You can also access Goat trail from this side which is steep.
very pretty trail. not easy though, would consider moderate due to incline
Great quick hike. Definitely got my cardio in on the way up! Picked a rainy day so the hike down was a bit more cautious!
This side is a little more difficult than the other. But walking through the trees is as beautiful as can be!
Nice trail with lots of shade and not a whole lot of traffic. There are some great viewpoints on the way up/down.
Accidentally went on the expert trail. Very difficult as I am new to hiking. But loved walking in the trees!
Good short hike close to town.
Great morning cardio workout! A quick out and back with significant elevation increase. Love Beautiful Enumclaw area!
Love it! A good cardio climb for me!
Direction to the Pinnacle peak trail got me to the Cal Magusson trail head.
Great exercise on a well maintained trail. Definitely push on the Pinnacle peak trail to get a view of the valley.
Nice hike up with a good amount of incline. Lots of bugs though!
was a good work out..fun to do alone..lots of little side trails to make it interesting..a bit steep going down some of The side trails
Definitely a hike if you want a workout! Would be better if there were more views. Not a hike suitable for children.
This trail isn't that great in comparison to the other hikes I've done. I hike a different trail every week and this is my least favorite. However it's not as populated as others and it may be better if I try another route.
We have taken numerous different trails to the top. Last week was our first time taking the goat trail. It was rough but worth it!