Washington Dome

MODERATE 6 reviews

Washington Dome is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Washington, Utah that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and birding and is best used from September until June.

3.3 miles
849 feet
Out & Back



trail running


trail running
24 days ago

This trail is good IF YOU LIKE STEEP. You can acess the ridgeline trail from several places on the west side but you'll be using your hands to hike up it's so steep. Once on top its a rollercoaster of hills, great for cardio training. When you get to the end of the ridgeline you can turn and return or loop down and around. It's steep thats all.

5 months ago

Nice views but did not like this trail. This app gave me two separate trailheads; one off the Dam Rd and one further south. Won't do this hike again.

7 months ago

It was a lot of steep hills.

11 months ago

This trail follows a ridge to the west pig Washington Utah. Lots of up and downs. Decent sceneryand overlooks of the surrounding countryside. The initial ascent is three big one although there are a couple places where you're going almost straight up. Good hike for the moderate or weekend hiker.

Friday, May 19, 2017

There seems to be an issue with this app.

First: It stopped recording my progress mid hike.

Second: Two of us used the google maps link on this app, intending to meet and enjoy the hike together.
We were both given two separate trail heads as THE starting point.

If you intend to meet up with multiple people, arriving from different towns, be sure to double check that your end point is the same.

I may try this trail again in the future and will update the review then.

7 months ago