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    Top Spots in and near Washington

    • Leavenworth, Washington

      Spider Meadow Trail

      14.13 mi / 2923 ft gain
      Spider Meadow Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see local wildlife located near Stehekin, Washington.
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    • Blaine, Washington

      Terrell Marsh Trail

      3.0
      0.63 mi / 82 ft gain
      Terrell Marsh Trail is a loop trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Blaine, Washington.
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    • Enumclaw, Washington

      Crystal Peak Trail

      7.49 mi / 2966 ft gain
      Make sure you are going out on a clear day to catch the best views of the mountains, and bring your camera! From the summit, it’s possible to see six volcanoes spanning two states. Baker, Glacier, Adams, Rainier, St. Helens and Hood wait patiently for you to climb the more-than-moderately steep p...
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    • North Bend, Washington

      Otter Falls

      4.0
      8.37 mi / 853 ft gain
      The hike begins at Snoqualmie Lake Trailhead, but you'll actually have to start your hike about a half mile down the road from the trailhead as some cement barricades are up. There is plenty of room to park below the barricades, and the walk up to the trial head is easy and quick. Once at the tr...
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    • Lopez Island, Washington

      Watmough Bay Trail

      4.0
      1.59 mi / 453 ft gain
      The Watmough Bay Trail on Lopez Island, Washington, is a moderate-level hiking trail that stretches for approximately 1.59 miles. The trail is known for its unique natural features, including a prominent cliff face, a pebble beach, and a protected bay. The trail is relatively flat, making it acce...
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    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Olympic National Park Foothills Trail

      6.23 mi / 1772 ft gain
      Olympic National Park Foothills Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Port Angeles, Washington.
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    • Whatcom County, Washington

      Yellow Aster Butte

      9.08 mi / 3258 ft gain
      Yellow Aster Butte has to be one of the most visually rewarding hikes in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest for the effort required to get there. Abundant with lush, rolling mountain meadows, hikers can be treated to an abundance of wildflowers, heather fields, and berry patches with dreamy...
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    • Port Angeles, Washington

      West Elwha River Trail

      5.0
      6.11 mi / 1198 ft gain
      West Elwha River Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Port Angeles, Washington.
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    • Ashford, Washington

      Snowshoe the Skyline Trail

      5.5 mi / 1450 ft gain
      Nicely situated a couple hours south of Seattle and north of Portland, Mt. Rainier is easily accessible. Before leaving make sure to pack a set of snow chains, for the park requires chains for most vehicles throughout the winter. Head towards the Nisqually entrance to the park.  Upon entering the...
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    • Mazama, Washington

      Cross Country Ski from the Mazama Trailhead

      5.0
      Many cross country ski trails begin at the Mazama trailhead, located in the town of Mazama, just off of Highway 20. This area offers the perfect jumping off ground for a day on the trails.  Follow the interior short and flat Inn Run Loop trail to get your legs warmed up or get some practice on fl...
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    • Chelan, Washington

      Chelan Butte

      7.7 mi / 2674 ft gain
      Chelan Butte provides sweeping views of Lake Chelan and the Columbia River and is actually located within the limits of the City of Chelan, with the trailhead sitting just outside the downtown area. While Chelan Butte is typically covered in snow during the winter providing a nice snowshoe, most ...
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    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Peabody Creek Trail

      5.0
      5.1 mi / 948 ft gain
      Peabody Creek Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Port Angeles, Washington.
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    • Cougar, Washington

      June Lake

      2.47 mi / 0 ft gain
      June Lake, is a beautiful mountain lake located in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. The out-and-back trail starts at the June Lake Trailhead and parking area. This hike is family-friendly at just under 2.5 miles to June Lake. Dogs are permitted on the trail on their leash.  This park...
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    • Ashford, Washington

      Myrtle Falls Overlook

      0.97 mi / 151 ft gain
      Head out to Myrtle Falls in the Paradise area of Mount Rainier National Park. This trail will take you to a beautiful 72-foot waterfall. This .97-mile hike leads to 72-foot Myrtle Falls with snowy Mt. Rainier in the background. Follow the Skyline or Golden Gate trail and then cross the footbridg...
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    • Leavenworth, Washington

      Scenic Hot Springs

      3.21 mi / 1135 ft gain
      Scenic Hot Springs is a privately owned hot spring located near Stevens Pass outside of Leavenworth, Washington. To access the three steaming pools, please visit ScenicHotSprings.com to make a reservation. Reservations are required.  The three tubs have varying temperatures and only 10 people ar...
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