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Very pretty trail. If you’re looking for a hike w/o elevation, I highly recommend this trail.

hiking
14 hours ago

Great work out but boring trail. The scenery near the train head (first mile) is pretty and the destination is amazing however there are no views on your way up. Zero. The lake is gorgeous as it is nestled between snow capped mountains. This hike reminds me of Lower Lena with a more stunning and accessible lake.

hiking
muddy
rocky
snow
15 hours ago

The trail is covered in snow, water, mud, and a few waterfalls. Be sure to bring the appropriate gear like hiking shoes, gloves, waterproof clothing, etc. The payoff at the lake is worth it. I was there on a weekday early afternoon and had the lake (and the way back) all to myself. Pretty awesome experience!

hiking
17 hours ago

very well maintained trail. challenging but very worth the hike. I enjoyed myself immensely:)

hiking
rocky
snow
17 hours ago

Fantastic hike over new terrain thanks to Mount St Helens. Trail well marked from the Observatory. Saw 2 herds of cow elk and 4 bulls chasing them along the ridge. Spectacular views and quite enjoyable.

hiking
muddy
17 hours ago

The road is washed out about a 1/2 mile maybe less from the actual parking lot. It was easy to park and walk up the road to the trailhead though. Hike was fun, difficult and very wet in places. Lake was pretty.

hiking
muddy
18 hours ago

views are out of this world. October in WA is rainy but colorful.

Nice for a walk or run. Great for parents with lots of parks. Trees are beautiful in the fall and spring. Dog owners are very good about picking up poo’s. I love our little park.

hiking
18 hours ago

Large flat trail. Good for jogging along the little canal. You will see ducks and bunnies.

hiking
19 hours ago

Sadly the weather was bad so the tough hike to the top led to some foggy views, but such a fun hike. Challenging but doable, and the ropes towards the top are so helpful

hiking
19 hours ago

it was a rough day for this hike, cold and rainy. On a nice day it would be a nice stroll down the beach and I'd definitely recommend it.

hiking
muddy
rocky
20 hours ago

Fun trail, even in the rain. Foliage is beautiful right now. Views were nonexistent with the rain and clouds, but it was still beautiful along the way. Trail has a good mix of steepness - a bit scrambly in parts and slick in the rain, but still definitely “moderate.”

hiking
snow
22 hours ago

Bring layers and shoe spikes. You’ll be fine until you hit the snow line. Without spikes you’re gonna have a hard time making it to the top.

quiet.

Great experience. Not a difficult trail but felt extremely desolate. Hiked it on a week day and was the only car in the lot. You will lose cell reception long before you even reach the trailhead. Was raining lightly the day we hiked this but wasn’t a problem... if anything it made the rainforest feel more alive. Some parts of the trail were like walking up a creek, but nothing that athletic sneakers couldn’t handle. Would definitely recommend a rain shell. The view of the river over Pony bridge was a highlight of the entire trip. Would recommend.

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
snow
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Easily one of the best hikes I have ever done and I have done some good ones

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Loved it! Hiked this one with my dog on a rainy day after several rainy days. There were a number of mud puddles I had to hop over and my dog needed a thorough wipe down at the end, but these small inconveniences were totally worth it for the experience. The forest is gorgeous shrouded in fog, especially with the sprinkling of yellow leaves on the trees and trail. The trail is narrow but well maintained. The length and climb made for a nice, but not overly challenging hike. I’ll definitely be coming back to check out the other trails in this area.

It was raining during this hike but still a wonderful hike. Great views.

Great trail with switchbacks for easy to moderate and straight up for hard. Panoramic view of Union gap and Yakima. Plan to come back and do the various trails that are throughout this park. The one trail listed on AllTrails it’s not the only trail here.

hiking
1 day ago

As a local I hike this trail often. It’s a very nice easy hike along the river for part of the way. Not used much by hikers. Trail info is wrong. There is not a 1200’ elevation gain. It’s more or less flat. Under tree cover the whole way. Often see signs of bear activity—paw prints and scat. Start from Heddrick Road end of trail for easy access right at parking area. Hike south to end of trail at camping area. No dogs on this one.

hiking
muddy
off trail
1 day ago

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