Explore the best trails near Enumclaw with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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trail locations for Enumclaw, Washington
hiking
8 days ago

nice peacefull lake great hike will do it again

hiking
10 days ago

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.

trail running
13 days ago

Fun for trail run or walking with young kids.

on Cal Magnusson Trail

13 days ago

very pretty trail. not easy though, would consider moderate due to incline

Trail is closed due to construction from October 1 - November 30.

alot of bugs around the lake

stunning views

While the trailhead is covered in a sludgy mess of decaying leaves typical for this time of year, this trail is an excellent year round 1.4 mile loop around Deep Lake! :-)

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!

Great loop hike with a variety of terrains. I would recommend the trail to able bodied persons, no children under 10 or seniors. If you're up for challenge, climb to the base of the falls.

I went up late so there wasn't much time to waste. I went out and back to the first viewpoint. There is one large log across the switchback that you have to navigate over. The falls were raging after recent rains.

hiking
1 month ago

Quite icy in late October! It's a narrow trail so it's a bit scary without good boots. Wound up on this trail although we meant to take Naches Loop. Still good fun, but had to turn around and hike the highway back because of the condition and daylight fading fast.

wound up on another trail. you should definitely study a good map before heading out. the picnic spot is not marked on the road, or anywhere. the trail head is poorly marked. and if you don't know that this trail diverges from the main trail... you might wind up hiking back on the highway like me.

Gorgeous hike with wonderful views of Mt. Rainier. Due to the snow the trail wasn't too crowded but still plenty of people around. The trail head is not clearly marked when starting from the parking area (by the restrooms) so make sure you know where you're going beforehand.

Nice, easy hike. Amazing number and variety of mushrooms.