7 Best Hiking Trails near Washington!

Washington state is known for its stunning natural landscapes and offers numerous hiking trails for outdoor enthusiasts. Here are some of the best hiking trails near Washington:

Hiking Trails near Washington!

Mount Adams Wilderness: Summit the second-highest peak in Washington via the South Climb or hike the Round the Mountain Trail. These trails provide scenic views, alpine meadows, and a chance to explore the volcanic landscape.


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Columbia River Gorge: Enjoy the Eagle Creek Trail, Angel's Rest Trail, or the iconic Multnomah Falls Trail. These trails take you through lush forests, stunning waterfalls, and offer panoramic views of the gorge.


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Mount St. Helens: Hike the popular Monitor Ridge Trail or the Loowit Trail, which circles the volcano. You'll witness the remnants of the 1980 eruption and stunning views of the surrounding landscape.


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Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest: Explore the Chain Lakes Loop, Lake Twentytwo Trail, or Heather Lake Trail. These trails offer picturesque mountain scenery, beautiful lakes, and lush forests.


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North Cascades National Park: Check out the Cascade Pass Trail, Maple Pass Loop, or Hidden Lake Lookout Trail. These trails showcase the rugged beauty of the North Cascades, with stunning mountain views and pristine alpine lakes.


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Olympic National Park: Hike the Hoh River Trail, Hurricane Hill Trail, or Sol Duc Falls Trail in this diverse park. You can discover old-growth rainforests, alpine meadows, rugged coastline, and stunning waterfalls.


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Mount Rainier National Park: Explore the Paradise Loop Trail, Skyline Trail, or the iconic Wonderland Trail, which encircles Mount Rainier. These trails offer breathtaking views of glaciers, alpine meadows, and the towering peak.


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