This adventurous underground hike travels through one of the longest lava tubes in the world, part of Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument.
|Beacon Rock Trail
This 1.6-mile hike follows an impressively engineered trail packed with switchbacks that scale a monolith along the Columbia River.
|Catherine Creek Arch
This 1-mile hike leads to the base of a curious natural arch in a basalt bluff.
|Catherine Creek Interpretive Trail
This short, paved loop explores meadows that burst with seasonal wildflowers, passing an overlook for a small waterfall and plentiful gorge views.
This partial loop covers 5.8 miles as it ascends Coyote Wall to great views of its basalt cliffs and across Columbia River Gorge.
This 6 2/3 to 7.4-mile hike explores forests, wildflower-covered slopes, and grand views from a mountain along the Columbia River Gorge.
|Guler Ice Cave
This short hike in Gifford Pinchot National Forest goes underground to explore an old lava tube with frozen stalactites and stalagmites, plus other interesting cave features.
The beautiful 7.75-mile lollipop loop visits bombastic waterfalls and panoramic cliffs on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge in Beacon Rock State Park.
This 2.6-mile hike visits a small lake and a waterfall on the southern slopes of Mount Saint Helens.
|Lava Canyon Trail
This 1.25-mile loop explores a colorful canyon re-carved by the 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens.
|Mount Fremont Lookout Trail
This picturesque 6-mile trail visits a fire lookout tower near the summit of Mount Fremont, with incredible views over Mount Rainier and the surrounding mountains.
|Naches Peak Loop Trail
This colorful 3.75-mile loop crosses fields of summer wildflowers, passing subalpine lakes and great views of Mount Rainier.
This short walk leads to a clifftop viewpoint facing a bold 180-foot waterfall in a basalt-walled canyon.
|Round Lake Loop & Pothole Falls
This Camas, WA hike wraps around a soothing lake with a side trail to cubbyhole cascades.
|Silver Falls Loop Trail
This 3-mile loop travels through an old-growth forest to a waterfall on Ohanapecosh River in the southeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park.
This tremendously scenic loop on the slopes of Mount Rainier is considered the park’s must-do hike.
|Trail of Two Forests
This short nature trail in Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument tours a landscaped that was transformed by a molten lava flow. For extra fun, crawl through a 50-foot long lava tube beneath the trail.