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.