Looking for a great trail near Stevenson, Washington? AllTrails has 40 great hiking trails, running trails, views 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 Guy W. Talbot State Park or Beacon Rock State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 20 moderate trails in Stevenson ranging from 0.8 to 14.3 miles and from 39 to 5,121 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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the ridge on the loop was easier with snowshoes and boot cleats. great day.

hiking
icy
scramble
snow
washed out
3 days ago

Stunningly beautiful hike but equally as dangerous in deep snow. We completed this hike in Jan and while the scenery, particularly at the summit, are unparalleled in beauty when covered in snow and ice the risk is high you can wander off trail. We found waist high snow and no visual cues for the trail which created a very dangerous situation at times. Highly recommend, but please take extreme caution if you venture up in the snow.

snowshoeing
snow
6 days ago

This trail from start to summit is more than 2.5 miles. We tracked it at 4.20 miles. Felt great to summit but the view was disappointing. Partially due to the clouds and snow falling but also the short stubby trees. Will hike again in better weather.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
rocky
13 days ago

hiking
15 days ago

A short, but thoroughly enjoyable hike to the top. It was a little rainy but otherwise good weather wise. I’ll be going again.

hiking
15 days ago

Rated moderate because you will be going up inclined switchbacks most the time up. Easy enough for all levels though as it’s only a mile and many breaks can be taken. View up at the top is great, but can get crowded as there is not a ton of room.

hiking
16 days ago

Big tall pines and nice secluded lake. Hiked with +6 inches of snow at the top and it was beautiful.

hiking
muddy
18 days ago

This hike was amazing and had the best payout of any hike I've probably ever done! That being said, I have a few notes. We went when it was dry, trace amounts of snow, and 45 degrees so it's possible there's more snow now so some of the tips won't apply. 1. There's a gravel road for about 10 miles to get to the trailhead. It's nothing crazy and I got there fine in my Nissan Sentra but watch out for logging trucks and big rocks. 2. The first mile is tough! It's a steep incline and I really wish I had taken trekking poles. If you can make it past the first mile, you're home free for the rest. 3. There's no waterfall like one or two of the pictures shows. Maybe it's further along a different trail but the AllTrails mapped route doesn't have it. 4. The view is insane!!!! My sister and I were literally yelling over how amazing it was! Make sure to look behind you to see Mount St Helens, Mt Rainier, Mt Adams, and Mt Hood to the side.

foggy and cold ams raining and windy as all get out. I wouldn't rate it hard but I will definitely be going back when it's a clear day.

I only went two miles up for a view of the gorge and the sunrise. The switchbacks can be a little brutal, but had there been adequate lighting it would’ve been significantly easier. It was still twilight when I went up, but so worth it.

We did this hike back in April or May and it was strenuous, but rewarding - mostly due to the beautiful wild flowers and great views. This hike is one of the most strenuous hikes I have done.

hiking
muddy
24 days ago

Solid hike. A little muddy but not bad. Summit was clouded over but the false summit was beautiful. Dress warmly!

hiking
icy
muddy
rocky
snow
26 days ago

Great hike, but not for amateur hikers! Many switch backs all the way to Hamilton Point, Rocky and snow covered. Did this hike on Christmas Morning, 8:30a, there was nobody on the trail, when we finished at 2p the parking lot was completely full. Worth it to keep going all the way to The Saddle! that's the best view through the Beacon State Park both towards the Gorge and towards Central Washington. To Hamilton Peak and Back is about 8 miles, to Saddle and back is about 12miles.

Got about an inch or two of snow this morning.

hiking
29 days ago

First time out and with the family. Cool drizzle and overcast but an enjoyable hike.

Hiked 12/16, beautiful clear day. No ice or snow at all up to the summit. Very muddy and good amoung of water run off a mile or so from the summit, but still a pleasant hike. Did this out and back to the summit; did not want to add in more mud from past experiences with parts of tails converging with equestrian trails. Very isolated today, only a few other folks out.

Great trail, the gate on the road to access the trail is closed from December 1st to April 1st, you have to hike about 2.5 miles to get to the trailhead. The waterfall is a great view and well worth the hike.

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