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Twanoh Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Union, Washington that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 410 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Camping

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Reviews (166)
Photos (84)
Recordings (117)
Completed (276)
Isabella Mattison
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Hiking

Nice easy trail. When the trail splits off in the beginning, going left is mostly flat and takes you to a rest area with a portapotty and a rest area with shade and benches. You can get a good view of the forest from taking this route. Going right brings your through a steeper trail but has an awesome view of the canal at the top. This way has lots of benches to stop and rest at. Both the trails meet up and brings you to a wall that’s fun to climb down and explore, but it’s not recommended to climb down with children or people who are out of shape. There’s also lots of shade which is nice as it is very humid right now. Overall a nice hike for me and my siblings/ friends.

Jeff Barber
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Hiking

Lovely covered trail. I’d have given it a moderate rating tho.

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Rob & Alicia Exploring
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Hiking

Frequent childhood destination, the trail is in pretty good condition and suitable for all ages.

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Shawn Harris
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Hiking

Great hike, with beautiful creak views and views of the inlet. Ends by the beach where they have fresh oysters you can collect! Definitely worth a trip.

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Ayla Dawson
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Hiking

was a nice trail for kids and dogs. would definitely donit again.

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Kathryn Hogins
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Hiking

Trail was wonderful! It turns into a fork in the road and we took the path to the right. It ended up letting out to a larger vehicle road with the signs of the trail on them. If you take a left there is a large field to run through! Taking the vehicle road back down is steep but a beautiful easy hike! Kid friendly!

McKenzie Leno
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Hiking

One of the better trails I’ve hiked in the PNW. It’s narrow but once you get to the end it widens quite a bit. I didn’t expect to be as steep either.

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Jerrika Tijerina
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Amberrose Cone
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Richard Weeden
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Hiking

Great easy hike with kids. Did not pass a single person on the loop.

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Carina Waite
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Lacy Elsey
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Was raining on and off today so we figured it would be muddy but it was a little muddier than we would have liked. River is beautiful to see and campground looks like it’ll be fun in the summer! Over decent trail, with the puppy.

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Stacey Britton
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Nice trail, lots of mushrooms in October. A nice kid friendly hike with some elevation change to get your heart pumping for the first half

Michael Dickinson
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beautiful, great for trail jogging

Cathi Gouveia
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HikingFeeMuddy

Amazing! Salmon were spawning in the creek. We had an amazing time. A little mud in a few places but otherwise great trail conditions.

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Anne Sutherland
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Hiking

This is a lovely little hike and worth the effort if you are like me and just need a little bit of nature and exercise to start the day. My favorite part was the variety of colorful mushrooms on the trail. PLEASE don’t pick them so everyone can enjoy the splendor:)

Rick Floyd
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Hiking

This felt like two trails - a wetter one in the ravine along the creek that's relatively undisturbed and a drier more open one along the adjoining ridge. Both were very peaceful. This was a great place to stretch our legs after driving down.

ZT Zhan
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Kari Matadobra
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Hiking

Really lovely hike. The first half (if you start from the campsite area) makes you feel like you are stepping back in time. The end of the hike seems to show the impact of people logging over the years, but it still lovely. There are many salal berries on the trail that are delicious around August time.

Liia Bennett
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Hiking

Perfect hike with a 4y old and a dog.

Scott Chavis
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Hiking

nice hike. have done it a number of times and will do it again.

Michelle Arbogast
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Hiking

Very well maintained trail. Lots of places to stop and enjoy nature. Nice hike. Elevation works the legs and my dog loved it!

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Chelsi Miller-Smith
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Hiking

Great trail for kids! We have a 5 yo & 2 yo and they both walked the entire thing. Once you get about half way through the trail widens more which is nicer for bobbly kids! Lots of flowers/berries. Loved the sound of the crick as well. A few spots where it opens up to it.

Shay Helligso
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Hiking

Really nice easy trail, went in the late afternoon and there were hardly any people on it. Great for trail running or just a little walk. There is elevation increase in only about the first 3/4 miles, so once you get past that it's an easy walk the rest of the loop.

Forest Luttrell
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Hiking

Great elevation gain gets the legs pumping. Kept very clean enjoyable, great way to start the morning with a short hike.

Star Asencio
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Hiking

I hiked this trail with my best friend when i went to visit her in Washington. We drove from Shelton and the drive is gorgeous! You have a view of the lake for most of the time. It was amazing! There is a parking lot on the right and left side of the highway. There was plenty of parking. You will need a discover pass, which you can buy one for the day online for $11. The beginning of the trail is marked and easy to get to. It starts out with a stream, we enjoyed hearing the stream as we went up the trail. We took her dogs who absolutely loved it and had a great time! There are picnic tables and restrooms for a picnic the hike is easy at first, but then gets hard when you are going up the hill. Once you get to the top, the last part is down hill. It is worth it though. It is so beautiful!

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