trail running
3 days ago

I loved this place, lots of beauty everywhere.

Great hike. Fairly flat once you get down to the loop. Multiple bridges to cross. Will be back.

hiking
1 month ago

This trail would be a beginner trail if you take go left on the loop entrance from the park spot referenced on the map above. The most rapid decline is there. Alternatively, if you go to the right, you'll hit this as a great incline on the way out.

Additionally, if you choose to take all the legs of the trail, you'll add 2+ miles (someone below said it can total 4.1 miles), and a lot of great inclines too! This is an awesome MODERATE trail that you can choose to make easier/ harder and longer/ shorter. The choice and variables are why I give this 5 stars. Its crazy beautiful too!

Enjoyable. Great for a beginner

Good inclines. Can get muddy (depending on weather).

Went hiking here today. The cabbage skunk is just blooming but not smelling yet.

2 months ago

Nice little trail

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

walking
5 months ago

Beautiful, easy, short trail. Good for a quick nature walk. Lots of magnificent trees to look at.

easy short trail right near downtown Olympia. like to hike this one early in the morning. if you wait too long it will be too busy and crowded. Lots of little children as well so be aware if you are a dog walker. no bikers on this one since it is too short.

walking
7 months ago

small trail not much room to walk your dog and I wasn't really impressed

walking
8 months ago

I liked this trail. I just wanted to remind people if you are taking your dog on this trail to have them on a leash. Saturday I had an incident where the owner of a very BIG dog didn't have his dog on a leash and it roughed up my dog that was on a leash. The owner was pretty far back on the trail so I had to fend off this huge dog by myself while being 8 months pregnant. If it would've been the other way around and my dog that was on a leash would've attacked his dog while roaming free who would've been at fault?! The leash law is there to keep EVERYONE safe. I wanted to thank the couple I had passed earlier on the trail that came running back to help after hearing my screams.