Coal Creek Trail.
This is an easy hike that will lead you through a historical coal mining region. While the towns are gone, you will still be able to view some artifacts from the past. Along the way, you might catch the smell of burnt coal. Depending on how the wind blows.
There is a closed off mine and you can look down and smell the coal. Keep your dog near as the smell bothers some. Keep walking down and you will see the North Forks Falls. A beautiful sight to see so close to town.
Cougar Mountain – Long View Peak and Far Country Look out Loop.
Hikers looking for a beautiful hike in the foothills of the Cascades will enjoy Longview Peak and Far Country Lookout Loop. This 6.5 mile loop trail features some of the more stunning wild flowers in the area. It can be a bit muddy at times depending on the season.
Snoquera Falls Loop Trail is a 4.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Enumclaw, Washington. The trail offers a number of activity options for hikers to explore, including exploring the old growth forest by the Snoquera River or hiking the more difficult section of the trail which features a waterfall. This trail is best used June to October.
The Cougar Mountain Indian Trail offers an easy 3 mile loop on a moderately trafficked trail. It features the waterfall – Far County Falls. The size of the falls depends on the rain levels. The best time to see the falls is late winter to spring.
The highest point in the Cougar Mountain Park is a hidden gem that most people don’t know about. To get here, either take the Wilderness Creek Trail or the Wilderness Cliffs Trail. The hike up to this point can be a challenge with steep grades and some uphill sections. If you’re up for a moderate hike with a rewarding payoff, try going on this hike. No views can be seen here due to the thick forest.
Marymoor Park Trail is a 6.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. Located near Redmond, Washington, the trail features many activity options. There are many picnic locations available to stop and enjoy your surroundings during your adventure. Many people choose to hike or bike on the trail, while others prefer to fish or run. Marymoor also has an off leash dog park.
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