Looking for a great trail near Cashmere, Washington? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, views trails, forest 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 North Columbia Basin State Wildlife Recreation Area or Squilchuck State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Natatorium Park or Cottage Ave Park. Ready for some activity? There are 8 moderate trails in Cashmere ranging from 3.8 to 28.2 miles and from 1,417 to 6,466 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Went about 2 miles in. First mile is super steep,but the views are great. Many more deer and elk tracks than humans.

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rocky
scramble
20 days ago

Obscure trail head, a little hard to find, pin coordinates 47.393925, -120.637405 in google maps for the exact trail head location. Trail on northbound side of highway 97, room for parking on the southbound roadside. Very steep trail with switchbacks at the beginning, less steep once on the ridge, amazing views. The trail is easy to follow and there are bearing marker trees, almost exactly 6 miles in and out. There are camping spots closer to the top, and we saw some large deer and a lot of animal tracks all along the trail. The top of the trail can be reached by vehicle via FS rd 7402, pretty easy drive as long as you have AWD or 4x4.

hiking
22 days ago

19 miles - started at colchuck and ended at snow. It was awesome. bit of snow after Asgard pass and microspikes/crampons are a must! Nice day hike

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no shade
washed out
1 month ago

You can bring Your dog only on part of the trail. Shitty as I was expecting longer with my pups.

hiking
2 months ago

Moderate very beautiful place

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no shade
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

We camped about a mile from Little Annapurna with the thought that we'd scale it the next morning, which we did. The weather was clear and low 50's when we left camp. The entire outing including a quick stop at the toilet overlooking Crystal Lake, took 4.5 hours with a half hour on top. Our party started as four, one turned back due to the 'verticality' or steepness and exposure of the route, which was clearly marked by cairns. We then persisted, it was a magical pleasant hike, and scramble, not difficult for a moderately skilled person. Views from the top included Mount Rainier, Mt. Shuksan, and Glacier Peak. We were at or above the tallest of the peaks in the Enchantment core zone. Celebrate!

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rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Stellar view of the entire Stuart range. Great day hiking destination. 17 miles round trip from Stuart lake TH. Descending Aasgard Pass is more difficult than the ascent. If you do descend it follow the cairns through the boulder field and stay out of the trees Give additional time for the scramble

Great Hike!! Trail is nice and well traveled.

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rocky
3 months ago

some felled trees to hustle over and a bit of bushwacking on the upper half. We saw bears right around mile 5 - a mama and her cub. It was pretty hot coming out through the shale up against the rock face, but there is water available along most of the trail. The camp sites were beautiful and plentiful.

hiking
rocky
scramble
4 months ago

If you want the most incredible view of the entire upper core... hike this trail. We camped out at Snow Lake during our time in the area and trekked up as far as we could until conditions became a little too sketchy with loose gravel and navigating around snow - not to mention a goat perched on a rock staring down at us from above. It was steep enough that it was disorienting after a while! Your looking down at Aasgards pass! Lots of maneuvering around large boulders, scrambles, big step-ups onto balancing boulders, etc. The Kairns are hard to find as it's not a very popular hike but we had to move around large snow patches anyways so we weren't using necessarily using them. It's definitely a difficult and challenging hike the last 1.5 miles. If you're athletic, camping overnight in the park, want the most insane views and up for a challenge - do this hike.

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blowdown
no shade
4 months ago

Excellent hike. In and out of old burns most of the way, lots of sun exposure. But the old growth in between the burns is gorgeous and shady.

hiking
rocky
scramble
washed out
4 months ago

Good for a good scare to yourself. Edges are steep, washed out in a few places, rock formations incredible. For s photog, the power lines are annoying.

It was decent for a quick hike. Views are great though you can constantly hear road noise from the highway...

hiking
rocky
4 months ago

Not my favorite hike parked at bottom of the rd off blewett walked up till there was a fork in the rd...did the left side for a hr.Easy walk on a old dirt gravel rd.Easy enough for our old dog to walk at a easy pace.Think we will bring the off rd wagon for our 2 yr old next time. ONLY complaint is need better markers on were you can and can NOT park and Were the trail is located at

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rocky
scramble
5 months ago

no shade
rocky
washed out
5 months ago

NOT my favorite... hard for kids ...steep on one side a lot of washed out walk way areas no shade IF you like to be hot and in the sun all the time this is for you what a disappoint for sure

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