Seep Lakes Wildlife Area Trails is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Warden, Washington that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding.
Getting to the start is a bit of a chore, it's a couple miles of the main road and very bumpy. The trail itself starts out nice. There were lots of cows. Lots of cows. The trail starts to lose its definition after about a half mile or so, making it easy to get off course. With the lack of grooming in a clear trail you are left to navigate by your own sense of direction. That's really what drags this trail down. Did I mention the cattle herd that wanders the land ?
hot in August but worth doing frog lake loop. it is where the coyotes play
I had the marvelous fortune of working as a Biological Sciences Aide on this Refuge in 2004. Best job of my life and some of the greatest people. I volunteered for them before and after the employment. I've stomped over much of this area and never failed to enjoy a second of my time there.