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We walked this trail on Monday. It was a clean trail with nice scenery, but darkness crept up on us and we ended up getting lost, so we had to go back the way we came. There are a lot of different marked trails so don’t be afraid to go off the trail marked by GPS. It’s definitely getting more and more muddy so be careful!

It was a beautiful fall walk through the woods! We explored through a couple unofficial trails, met some nice dogs, and generally enjoyed the fall colors! The main trail was well maintained and there wasn’t any trash around, so altogether good walking up, down and trough the hills.

Woods in the middle of the city. boring beach.

hiking
9 days ago

Beautiful and well maintained park with numerous trails.

1 month ago

Great for running

I was hoping to see a few spring flowers, but I guess it's too early. Trail is mostly flat. The loop back is rather steep. I'd recommend a walking stick.

walking
1 month ago

Peaceful

Lots of fun to take the kids on. Part of the trail was closed due to construction. But, we still got to hang out by the creek and have a fun easy going morning. Not to busy on the trail, only saw a few people along the way.

I haven't ridden this trail in 25 years, and that was on an aluminum, front-suspension only bike. fast forward to today - outstanding trail maintenance and a serious bike upgrade for me had me remebering some great times out here and smiling the whole way - even during the climb. In true NW style, someone was handing out raindogs (Rainier beer

Easy ... yea right if you are a newbie prepare to work

Did the lower part of the trail, at the east shore of the lake. It was a very secluded trail in the forest. On a very sunny weekday in August there was nobody else on the trail. The trail was shaded all the way. You can get glimpses of the lake here and there, but most of that part of the trail is in the dense forest. It was a very nice workout, because the trail keeps going up and down the whole time, and yet it is not too steep. There is a boat launch on each side of the lake, for boating and kayaking. The west shore also has a very convenient and quite big drive-in campground with three loops and several flush toilets. Loop A of the campground operates on a first come first served basis, loop B takes prior reservations, and loop C offers a parking lot, walk-in camp sites as well as lakeview yurts. The campground offers good shade under the trees. In August there were quite a few mosquitoes. There is fishing at the lake, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of fish. There is a panoramic overlook across from the dam, with pictures and explanations of the dam construction process. There is also a designated swimming area near the dam. A little further up the road from the dam, past the lake, there are two waterfalls. The Wynoochee Lake trailhead starts 32 miles from the town of Montesano, driving on the Wynoochee Valley Rd the entire way. The road is windy, but easy to follow, paved, and not busy at all.

I live close to this state park and love hiking it any chance I get. Lots of different paths to take to mix it up!

great hike. loved the blackberry bushes. it got noisy sometimes with planes flying over us but other then that I really enjoyed it.

8/6/18
Hiked windy ridge to abraham flats (this trail is very narrow for the most part on slippery sand and on a ridge. Watch your footing. The stairs were the scariest part for me going both up and down, they are really steep and slippery...the sand will just fall from under your feet. pretty trail with a lot of interesting bugs I've never seen before and the grass hoppers are super loud here! couple of steep parts when your crossing dry creeks in the hills before you get to the plains.) to loowit trail (I thought I could get to the falls this way instead of having to go back down abraham trail, but it was a no go... the loowit trail is basically non existant when you get to the last lava field at the base of the mountain. I could see trail markers at every lava field except the last one. I attempted what i thought was the trail from the se side and feared I would get hurt, so I scrambled back down. I would not recommend doing the loop. I then backtracked. this trail connects with june lake and ape canyon. Make sure your wearing good gripping hiking boots or shoes. the sand is very slick and this trail can have some really steep parts. Started this hike at 6am and saw no one else on the trail till my descent back down around 10am and they were on the windy ridge trail.

walking
3 months ago

Super pretty trail! Harder than I thought it would be but it was a great hike

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful trails with moss covered trees. The trails are labeled really well so you can shorten and extend you hike through the park easily. Definitely going back!

Great trail right in the middle of town! The trail is marked with signs, so very hard to get lost! Part of the trail is closed due to construction but I loved it! Lots of old growth gives you plenty of shade but remember your bug spray!

Assuming you do the trail clockwise be careful as you come back around the west. The trail is almost non existent and incredibly slippery. Lots of wash out - I would stay away actually. Wildflowers right now are awesome. No mosquitos.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice trail in the middle of town! This trail was more challenging than I expected, which is a good thing! I thought it would be too easy. It is a nicely shaded trail, a little bumpy and narrow in some spots, but overall pretty clear. I was using the app for directions as I walked, but I still went off the trail twice. There are some pretty steep spots, so be careful. There's also a little 6 foot bridge. I will definitely be walking this trail more often!

walking
3 months ago

Awesome local urban walking, running and biking surfaces.

Pretty little trail. Good for a nice jog. Enough scenery to keep me engaged.

Nothing too exciting. If you like mazes this trail would be a great choice!

mountain biking
3 months ago

Novice mountain biker but above average athleticism... Went on a clear day and had spectacular views of Mount Rainier, beautiful Bremerton, and Seattle on the horizon . Ascent was a killer on a bike but the descent was a little more challenging than I thought it would be, especially on the lose gravel. Hikers all moved aside and were friendly. Came close to running into two other bikers though so use those bells!!!

walking
4 months ago

This is a pleasant paved walk through a shaded riparian ecosystem that is two miles each way in distance. The grade is minimal, thus the trail can accommodate walkers, runners, cyclists, and those with strollers. We walked from the SeaTac entrance to Puget Sound where we were met by ducks, Canada geese, and gulls. There are distance markers each quarter mile. The only downside is constant jet noise and a sewage treatment plant about halfway along the trail.

Bummed out. Went here to check out the hike and it requires a discovery pass to park and use the trail. Just FYI get the discovery pass before you go! Otherwise ill be checking it out sometime.

This is a very nice trail, except it's easy to get lost. I would not consider it easy with all of the steep hills. I did love it, except not knowing what direction to go.

walking
4 months ago

Nice walking trail down to the water

good walking

Love this beautiful trail! Extremely shaded and wide enough for a stroller and some friends...Steady incline... Easy enough for kids...Goes along a gorgeous creek..2 miles up and 2 down for a total of 4 miles. Parking lots at both ends.. We even saw bunnies!!! Also a few scattered benches if you need to break. There is "poop hill" which has a funky smell for a very short time due to the sanitation plant...Also close to the airport so you do hear planes overhead but I don't mind it too much! Still an enjoyable trail!

Not sure I would call this an easy trail. It does have some long conservative inclines. Overall not bad, but if you're just starting out it might not be for you.

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