dogs on leash



nature trips


wild flowers

kid friendly



trail running

no dogs

horseback riding

mountain biking






dog friendly


This was a great moderate hike that is a good indicator to see where your endurance is at. It’s a quick hike with a phenomenal view overlooking the water & town below. A little slippery at parts but overall a great hike to take a “new to hiking” individual to get a great workout in!

We really enjoyed this hike. Beautiful scenery. Lots of dogs and people, but not in a way that makes it feel crowded.

2 days ago

Really fun hike. Off the beaten path. I would not consider it family friendly as it was a bit steep and treacherous at points, especially this time of year. I do plan on returning in the spring with hopes of better visibility from the top.

6 days ago

Everything looks artificial and hand crafted like a smooth playground made for water. I would even go as far as saying this was the Disney Land Water Park of trails. Every time I walked to the next zone of the trail it was completely different than the last, like 5 mini hikes in one. Waterfalls, a quarter million dollar suspension foot bridge. PNW does not mess around when it comes to their trails.

slender nice downhill trail to the cave, beautiful lookout points, good interpretive signs. uphill was a small cardio workout. short but sweet. do it.

Beautiful well developed trails, meandering through old growth forest. Easy and level. Restroom (outhouse) , clean and handy.

Wonderful hike, pretty easy. Driving there was great until you reach the last two miles. There are a lot of potholes, but it's not ne necessary to have SUV. My Honda sedan handled it well.

The area is gorgeous but currently snowed in. Even with 4wd we couldn't get to the trailhead. We will be back for sure next Spring.

This trail is part of the Mt Tahoma trails association. There are several other trails in the area. Looks like a great place to go snowshoing in a month or so.

10 days ago

Beautiful trail. if you hike the trail that goes above the falls, at a certain point you will come to a fork, with the left fork described via sign as "parking". If you take this route you will be on the loop and actually go slightly farther south than the parking lot but wind back up to it. When you get to a new bridge cross it, keep going, and you will eventually be back at the parking lot even though it feels at points like you are headed the wrong direction. There are several spots where it is kind of hard to tell what is the trail, so know you will stay near the river.

The waterfall was SO pretty! We continued up the side trail to see the falls from above and couldn't see much but there was a great view of the mountains.

We made it out in the snow today. Absolutely amazing.

on Silver Star Trail

17 days ago

Great trail, but it was crazy windy and cold the day I went! The views are really great along the way and at the top. I will have to go back and explore more of the trails connecting to the silver star on a warmer day. Also the road about 2.5 miles before the trail is ROUGH! deep trenches, rocks and pot holes. I made it with my Trooper, but I'd be worried with a low clearance vehicle. Just be aware

17 days ago

Love this place. Nice and easy. I take my mother in law who is 83 and she loves it