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Best trails in Acme

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Looking for a great trail near Acme, Washington? AllTrails has 5 great forest trails, views trails, wildlife trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Larrabee State Park or Deception Pass State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Blanchard State Forest or Whatcom Falls Park. Ready for some activity? There are 2 moderate trails in Acme ranging from 5.3 to 22.7 miles and from 357 to 1,591 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Acme
Top trails (5)
#1 - Edfro Creek Trail
Edfro Creek Preserve
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Length: 4.7 mi • Est. 2 h 2 m
Note: This trail was formerly known as the 1000 Puddles Trail. Great trail for a nice quiet hike. Nothing too strenuous. Great for kids though it can be muddy in parts even in the summer and VERY muddy in the rainy parts of the year. There are several places where you can access the river. There is a fork about .5 miles in to avoid what is at least a swamp and often a full pond. On the way back make sure you don't go straight or you will have to come back unless you brought your waders.Show more
#2 - Blue Mountain Logging Road - South
Acme, Washington
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 2 h 55 m
Please note that this trail is not marked from the road so check the map when approaching as it is easy to miss the turn. This is a logging road that is publicly accessible to hikers. Great views and very, very little traffic. The first track shared on this trail goes to a great view point for the Twin Sisters. Remember that if the gate is OPEN the trail is closed for hikers. It means they are actively using the road. This is a logging road so if you are looking for a trail that has you surrounded by old growth and seeing areas that have been logged off will ruin the experience then this is not the hike for you. But if you are looking for a good quiet hike that will give you a view of the Twin Sisters that you have never seen before then check it out. About 3 miles in is a cleared area that if there are no clouds should give you one hell of a view of the Sisters. Lots of side trails and other roads to check out, including one that ends up all the way at the top of blue mountain at about 2450 feet. If you hike this in the fall look down from the bridge and see if the salmon are spawning. Sometimes they are pretty thick in that creek.Show more
#3 - Blue Mountain Summit
Acme, Washington
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Length: 10.1 mi • Est. 5 h 28 m
#4 - Saxon OHV Trail
Acme, Washington
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Length: 22.7 mi
#5 - Lyman Hill
Acme, Washington
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Length: 19.3 mi • Est. 9 h 45 m
Follows a section of the Pacific Northwest Trail up to the summit of Lyman Hill, a large slab of rock that dominates the views of southern Whatcom and northern Skagit County. This trail accesses the hill from Wickersham on Route 9 and climbs steadily through forests and clearcuts to the summit ridge at about 4000 feet. Views from the summit can be very good depending on weather and the amount of regrowth of clearcuts. Hikers can either double back or head down the other side if a ride is waiting near Lyman.Show more