West Hylebos Wetlands Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Federal Way, Washington that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Not impressed...the boardwalk was very well kept which is convenient because you don't get your shoes dirty in rainy season but altogether I thought the trail was a bit lacking and not too much to see. Kids got bored within 15 minutes of starting and completing the loop was a struggle
Kids had a blast fun place to let them just run, also tons to look at including lots of different birds ♡♡
Great walk for inclement weather. We plan to return to see all four seasons.
Nice little nature walk! Great for kids.
There were only a few people out today, so there were a lot of animals that were out and about. The trail didn't have much of an incline and made for a very nice run. The boardwalk was dry and very nice and there were a lot of flowers everywhere. I'll definitely be coming back!
Not a single person on the trail this day, lol. Trail was clear, but icy. Boardwalk was frosted over and super slick. Plants and trees were frosted and oh so pretty. Enjoyed the day out with the family.
I love this trail, nearby work, can be done on a lunch hour. Most of it is on wood pathways. Lots of wildlife, birds, butterflies, rabbits, ducks and heron (on a good day).