View the city form nature trails and rugged cliffs, there's also great spots for picnics and walking. Lighthouse tours are available.
This bridge was originally built in 1912. The adjacent park includes 617 acres of walking trails.
Get back to nature while exploring this rugged wilderness which includes a network of hiking trails at the city's fringe. You'll take in sub-alpine meadows, rushing water and views of North Shore mountains.
Here you can take a hike on forest trails, also swimming, boating and picnicking.
Take in the spectacular views of Vancouver's skyline and Mount Seymour from this hiker's and beach comber's paradise.
Camp by the beach and discover numerous hiking trails through old growth fir trees which lead to the bluff.
This is an naturalist's paradise with hiking and walking trails leading to spectacular bluffs and cliffs overlooking the sea.
Hike on well groomed scenic coastal trails with beds of ferns, salal, oregon grape and fragrant wild flowers at every turn. You'll also take in panoramic views of the island below.
Pack your lunch or pitch a tent when visiting these beach side hiking trails.
Hiking trails abound in this majestic mountain setting.
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Here you'll find numerous hiking adventures...ranging from wild coastal beach trails to exciting treks through the Hoh Rain Forest.
A hiker's paradise filled with unrivaled vistas and mountains dotted with sparkling lakes, lush meadows and glaciers.
This is an excellent hiking area in the Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest.
This majestic group of lakes in the Wenatchee National Forest is probably one of the most popular destinations for hiking and backpacking in Washington.
Numerous trails and backpacking adventures at every turn.
Excellent base camp/campground set on the Suiattle River near the border of Glacier Peak Wilderness.Back country trails close by which connect with the Pacific Crest Trail.
You'll find several good hiking trails in the park.
Hikers love this location just off Cape Arago Hwy. The sanctuary has over 4,400 acres of estuaries and falts.
Here you'll find programs for the entire family which include tide pooling expeditions, clam digging, exploring early gold mines and studying forest wildlife.
If you want to feel totally energized you can hike up the 800-foot cape to the highest point on the Oregon Coast. Down below at Devil's Churn you find several other hiking trail to choose from.
This is considered utopia for hikers and mountain bikers. Some favorite sights include: The Deschutes River Recreation area, Swampy Lakes, the back side of Bachelor, and Todd Lake...all on National forest land.
A famous place for rock climbing in the Crooked River Canyon.
Take a walk on the wild side and explore the pristine lake surrounded by Eagle Cap Wilderness.
Paradise Park is a popular trail 41/2 miles from Timberline Lodge. The best times for hiking in and around Mount Hood is May to early July.