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Ian Winchester reviewed Blue Lake Trail
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Yiyi G. reviewed Annette Lake Trail
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Jessica S. reviewed Summit Lake Trail
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HikingRocky

The road up there is very slow and tough. You definitely need a suv or truck. But the long drive was well worth the hike. It was very easy and absolutely breathtaking! Plenty of views on the way up as well. Quite a few overlooks and a lot of wildflowers. Highly recommend

Sydney O'Malley reviewed Heather Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!

Super easy! Really loved it !

Phil Bentz reviewed Lake Valhalla Trail
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HikingGreat!

Loved it. Bring bug spray. Nice, easy-ish hike with switch backs the first mile being the worst. Lake is gorgeous!

Renee Celeste reviewed Owen Beach Trail
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People-you gotta wear masks!

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Alex Stillwaugh reviewed Sequalitchew Creek Trail
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HikingGreat!

Great trail. Kinda packed. Would suggest going early in the morning.

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WalkingGreat!

Super easy. Great views of the waterfalls and plenty of routes to the river if you want to go swimming. Path is wide and easy to follow. Plenty of parking.

RaeAnna Riding reviewed Owen Beach Trail
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Hiking

It was a little far for carrying a kid in a hiking backpack. Great for kids probably 5 and up. We couldn’t finish it but had fun

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Mari Fronsman reviewed Lake Valhalla Trail
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HikingGreat!

Great trail! Good for families, dogs, and fun to hike. The lake is chilly & gorgeous.

Rebecca Cole reviewed Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail
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Hiking

Great short leg stretch!

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AllTrails User reviewed Lake Constance Trail
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BackpackingMuddyOver grownRockyScramble

I am one of the 2 hikers that Katie mentioned below! Background: I am a mid 20’s guy, decently athletic and outdoorsy with a ton of experience in the wilderness via skiing, search and rescue, trail running, etc. THIS IS AN EXTREME HIKE!!!!!!! (This all pertains to the 2+ mile incline after the flat intro) -Trail marking: There is enough of a tiny path up the hill that you probably won’t get lost - this is much different than “well-marked”. There were very very few pink flags, it took a lot of navigation and attentiveness to stay on track. Maintenance: NOT maintained. Steep mud run-offs with only roots to keep balance, climbing over and under fallen trees, loose rocks (I got hit by a boulder the size of my head from a hiker who loosened it above). I would say this is more of off-trail hiking as opposed to on a designated trail. Difficulty: Attempt this as a day hike before an overnighter unless you are EXTREMELY experienced with maneuvering on a steep hill with your pack, with very few footholds and places to grab. ——— It makes it really sad to leave this review, because I never do. Only when it is necessary to keep insight straight. I rarely get scared hiking and this one caused me to turn around. There were times that I had to breath through my anxiety, and a large portion of it coming from me having NO idea if the weight of my pack was going to pull me in the wrong direction. I though I was going to fall down this steep hill numerous times, with no joke intended. It is only doable in the sense of extreme preparedness and knowing exactly what to expect. We decided to descend and camp near the river, maybe one day I will try this again for a day hike. Until then, stay safe, and do not push yourself to finish this hike if you feel unsafe. No lake is pretty enough to warrant injuries!

Jesse Oxendine reviewed Tuck and Robin Lakes
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One of my Favorite hikes I’ve ever done. Cant say I will do it again any time soon it really kicks your but. You will need a North West Forest Pass to be able to park in the parking lot or anywhere along the road. Parking lot looks great but I just parked a little down the road to avoid any blocking in. The trail is beautiful and well maintained ( we even saw some of the animals they use to help with the heavy hauling of materials and tools for trail improvement/ maintenance) Lots of bugs down by Hyas lake, I didn’t think they got as bad once we got to Tuck or Robin lakes. Bring bug spray. You start off with a nice flat hike over little bridges and creeks all along Hyas lake. Just after about three miles in you will come across fork in the trail, you would go right to the Tuck and Robin lakes or straight to continue on the deception pass trail ( Its labeled well on the sign. ) after this is when the hike will get challenging with steep slopes to crawl up. ( and yes I mean crawl ) This trail is cool because there is many different paths to get to the destination, I kept checking the AllTrails app to see if I was on route and it wasn’t too bad but some of the other side trails make you work harder then needed. First you will reach the Tuck lakes. Beautiful lake with a cool smaller lake on the other side of the ridge line going into the mountains. Great spot to take a lunch break and enjoy the beautiful lake with a cool little island in the middle. You could even set up camp here if you wanted but there is much more room up at the Robin lakes. I believe the AllTrails route and all of the hikers we saw suggested to stay on the saddle as much as you can going up. Staying on the top of the ridge line made it easy as it was a more of a steady incline to some of the side trails that would be flat for a while and then force you into a rock climb. Speaking of rock climbing, this is where the trail gets very interesting and very fun for me, it was something new I haven’t had to do before but between Tuck lakes and Robin lakes is a bunch of scrambling on big boulders. It was awesome I had a great time doing it. One you hit the big rock faces and cant see a dirt track as good you will see the Carins the hikers have stacked as a indicator of the next direction to head. There is no official line to hike so instead of making it hard on yourself and going straight up the mountain try to do a zig zag pattern. Once you are at Robin lakes and looking for a camp spot before you go explore that whole upper part of the mountain there is a couple spots along the lake sides when you first walk towards the lake to the left and the right and there is even a couple spots when you walk up between the to lakes.

Lisa Slagal reviewed Packwood Lake Trail
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The trail is narrow in many areas, especially the first 40 min or so. We went on a Saturday at 5pm and had to stop to the side multiple times to let people by. Most people wore masks. The variety of the terrain and incline/decline was good. The trail gets boring after the first 30 min, but then the variety of scenery and terrain changes often. There were a few muddy areas from underground springs, but it they were small areas. There was a lot of poop left from lazy dog and horse owners. Now I see why there are so few trails that allow dogs. There were a lot of mosquitoes, but with bug spray and constantly moving we were fine. The lake is absolutely beautiful and worth the very blistered feet we came home with. We took 4 hours round trip, including a brief 30-45 min stop at the lake. We got back to the parking lot shortly after dark. There is a pay station there for the $5 day pass. We got up there and was told by others that there wasn’t a pay station, so we drove back down to the local grocery store to buy one. They were out of annual passes at the time. We also saw pikas and several pika wholes.

Roxy Mueller reviewed Lewis River Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful but somewhat busy hike. Lots of people. Must bring water shoes and towel. Very cold water but still fun for a dip or cliff dive! Forest pass required. The falls are gorgeous! A must see. Slippery rocks! We hiked from middle falls parking lot. Not a long hike but other trails in the area to explore. Will be back! Camping here would be fun! Watch out for very large potholes in highway past the Ape Cave entrance. Love Gifford-Pinchot forest!!

shrad panda reviewed Foster Island Trail
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WalkingGreat!Muddy

Not a big hike or anything. A lots of traffic noise but went on the weekday morning so not many people. Spotted many rabbits and flowers. Many people kayak around the bay. It was fun walk, some part is muddy.

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