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Flaming Geyser River Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Black Diamond, Washington that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length 2.3 mi Elevation gain 347 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest River Views Wild flowers Wildlife
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Eric Lewis
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Katie Musso
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Hiking

Trail wasn't that great and not maintained, so hard to find your way.

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Jeff Hagedorn
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cara beth
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Hiking
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Mindy Klimkiewicz
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HikingGreat!Muddy

Loved it. All 3 kids (8,9, and 14) loved it as well. Plenty to see and explore, while being a good distance. We took our time and explored the little offshoot trails. Muddy and wet, but comfortable and easy to navigate. I thought the geysers were cool, even if small. I always love learning something new and this park offered it. Quiet and relaxed atmosphere.

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Sarah Leland
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HikingFee

Great place for families to gather with easy little trails all around to explore the woods a bit. The flame was going when I first arrived but blew out while I stood there. The bubbling geyser was interesting but I thought the trail and river were more enjoyable. Nice place to fish, swim or relax on the rocks. Discover Pass needed to park.

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Eva Husted
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Nature tripsGreat!

Good trail, some hills but nothing crazy. Kid friendly. Slightly overgrown in some places.

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Megan Todd
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Quick & Easy. Not too many people, but I’m sure it’s busier in the middle of the day and on the weekends.

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Sabine Aboltina
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Hiking

An amazing trail. Highly suggest.

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Kylie Carmichael La Porte
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HikingGreat!

Would have given this 5 stars but the only thing is that it can be a little confusing which trail is what. Otherwise, so beautiful!

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Nuria Blazquez
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HikingFeeOver grown
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Evangeline Laguna
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I haven’t gone in about a year but last time I was there their wasn’t many people and I always go off on my own lol.. make sure if you go alone people know where you are going

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Thalia S
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HikingFee

Good for families. Lots to look at. There is a parking fee. Need a discover pass

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Kody LeBaron
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Hiking

Nice, easy family hike.

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Alex Northrup
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Lorelei Burns
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HikingMuddyOver grown
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Lance Williams
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Absolutely beautiful for the distance we were able to go. Lots of mud and a bit overgrown.

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AllTrails User
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HikingBlowdownMuddy

Nice walk in the woods to the Bubbling Geyser. Several stairs and up hill, not ideal for strollers (we saw one attempt). Trail along river was muddy but it was more like modeling clay versus sloppy and wet. Very, VERY narrow in parts as the brush was very overgrown and full of thorns. A few down trees we had to climb over, but overall it was a nice walk in the woods (aka jungle) this time of year!

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Steve Daylong
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HikingMuddy

Did a portion of the trail. In relatively good shape with pockets of muddy areas that required deliberate, careful steps.

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Ashley Chmura
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Trail is narrow, muddy in a few areas, and doesn’t lead to much. We had to climb over two downed trees. The trail may be used for tubers wanting to go down the river. The highlight was looking up at the green canopy.

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J. Williams-Ruth
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Rachel N
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HikingMuddy

Gorgeous! The trail was narrow/overgrown near the end, so we turned back. Loved the river views. No flame though :(

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Lynn Lackey
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"currently closed due to hazards"

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