Explore the most popular trails near Enumclaw with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.





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Beautiful trail not hard. Lots of great vistas.

I hiked both the Mud Mountain rim trail and also the river trail down to the river. The river trail is really just a road near the end of the rim trail that leads down to the mud flats along the banks of the White River. The views of the White River from the rim trail are limited, if you are going to hike this it's much more interesting to hike down the road to the river itself. There you will find some massive collections of jetsam captured by massive floating steel tubes chained together. This must be fascinating to see when the White River is in flood stage.

Lovely way to spend a Saturday morning.

18 days ago

Nice fairly easy hike to Sheep Lake, with beautiful views along the way.

Very fun and easy trail! Wet and muddy, so be careful.

26 days ago

Make sure to bring hiking poles for the goat trail. But definitely a good trail, right next to Enumclaw.

This was a great trail. My kids really loved it too. There is a nice spot at the very top to sit and you can find some good views of the surrounding mountains.

Highly recommend. Great way to see a lot of the varied beauty of Mt Rainier NP in a very short easy hike.

I am planning to head up to Snoquera tomorrow..WTA posted the trail is closed?I couldn't find anything online with the forestry dept. But looking through theses reviews..a lot of people were disappointed in the falls. They are spectacular in late Spring..the huge drop and then water cascading over all of the rocks at bottom where the trail is!!
It is amazing!! Do not pass up these falls! Just have to hit them at the right time of year!

1 month ago

Unfortunately, I missed the sign at the interpretive center that read, "Trails on the north side of the highway are open with obstructions".

I planned to cross the highway after parking, then take the north trail west until it met the highway again, cross, then hike the trails on the southern (river) side.

The first clue maybe this wasn't a great idea was the overgrown TRAIL sign - anyway, I turned west and started my odyssey. The good news is the rangers have blazed the trail, look for the orange and red streamers in the trees, the bad news is that without the blaze the northern trail disappears in many places. It is very overgrown with combinations of young blackberries, and just about every other plant and weed that leaves you covered in burrs and sticky seeds. There are a lot of tree falls, again thanks to the rangers and whoever else did trail maintenance as a lot of the logs were sawed through to make the trail passable.

On the south side, at least one major trail is closed but everything else appeared open and in great condition. Lots of views of the white river and some old growth.

This is a good place to hike - just stick to the south side of the highway :)

Easy walking/jogging trail around a pretty lake. Nice park with picnic areas, fishing and play area for the kids.

A must do! I’d do this one again and again. Just the right amount of switchbacks and amazing views! If you plan on completing the loop (i’d recommend for the full experience ) take water proof hiking boots or a change for after you cross the creek which is created by the plunge pool of snoquera falls.

nice easy hike for a six year old and his momma

Beautiful hike !

Beautiful views all along the trail. Nice chance to hit the Pacific Crest Trail.

2 months ago

A nice little walk. And of course great views

The trail was covered in a foot of snow so unfortunately we only got about halfway before we had to turn around due to an avalanche that covered the path. We still had fun and loved the views.

Beautiful, easy trail! Multiple lake views, a scenic bridge overpass and if you're lucky a stunning view of Rainier. Go clockwise for the best views of the mountain. 3 inches of snow when hiking it yesterday, which was a surprise. Bring your hiking boots and leave extra socks/shoes in the car as there are some heavy runoff puddles at the end.

Beautiful hike! Some snow in areas, it was lovely!

3 months ago

Nice trail, some rocky parts, small waterfall & cliff @ highest point. Not crowded

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