Explore the best trails in Washington 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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It was beautiful and very easy to navigate. Round trip took about 3 hours. Not from around here and it exceeded my expectations.

hiking
21 hours ago

This trail was great for my out of shape girl friend !

hiking
21 hours ago

Beautiful! Easy. Water was freezing end of August.

The east fork of the Illers Creek portion of the trail has quite a few mosquitos - definitely wear bug spray!

hiking
22 hours ago

Always nice, trails in great shape

very nice trail, really peaceful, being next to the river kind of gives you a feeling that you're in the mountains.

hiking
22 hours ago

Love seeing the flowers and trees everywhere, ran into one rattler. Took a gazillion breaks, so many cool swimming holes along the way. Once we got to the top I felt incredible, it was bliss, it was beyond beautiful! I would recommend getting in shape before striving for the lakes, I was a bit sore the day after, HOLY TEMALES!

hiking
22 hours ago

walking
22 hours ago

Really beautiful trail and destination tucked into the heart of Dupont. We were pleasantly surprised by how peaceful and far away it felt even though it wasn't far at all. The trail wasn't difficult, 1.5 miles down and 1.5 miles back up. The beach at the bottom felt really peaceful and was picturesque! Highly recommend.

simply unreal.

This beach offers everything! Nice sea stack, drift wood, tide pools with sea stars (the only place we found them due to virus in Oregon), even saw Bald Eagle in a tree!