Updated: Jun 13, 2020
As ski resorts begin to open and officially kick off the winter season, it’s time to trade your hiking boots for snowboards, snowshoes, and skis. That being said, it’s never too early to start planning a summer trip to the PNW, as backcountry permits and campsites fill up often six months in advance. (So save this post!) There are 1,150 moderate trails in Washington State ranging from 0.6 to 4,700 miles and from 3 to 10,718 feet above sea level, so there’s an experience waiting for anyone (All Trails, 2019).
Our favorite 10 ten hikes in Washington State: • The Enchantments.
• Cascade Pass Trail.
• Hoh Rain Forest Loop. • Twin Falls. • Rattlesnake Ledge. • Skyline Trail. • Heather/Maple Pass Loop. • Wallace Falls and Lake. • Dog Mountain Trail #147. • Mount Pilchuck Trail. #gopathfindr #pathfindr #washington #pnw