A gravel trail sets off; take a right-hand fork to heard to an overlook of Lower Falls. Continue on the riverbank upstream, ignore all left-hand forks, after half a mile the gravel path turns to duff.
After another mile, cross a footbridge; you can take a left here for a half-mile loop to Copper Creek's other waterfall, which you may save for the return trip. Liberty Lake Regional Park Length: 8.5 mi • Est.
In snow/ice pack, continue to go up, the probability of injury increases exponentially trying to hike down steep ice covered inclines. Gifford Pinch National Forest Length: 3 mi • Est.
Gifford Pinch National Forest Length: 6.8 mi • Est. Moderate to difficult hike with steep inclines, but gorgeous views and amazing wildflowers to see during spring time.
There are many connecting trails and is easy to make into a longer or shorter loop or out and back. Green Mountain State Forest Length: 4.3 mi • Est.
A moderate climb to great views of the Olympics, Seattle, Bremerton, and even Mount Rainier. Trail will be shared with other hikers, as well as mountain bikes and horses.
Dishpan Hills Natural Area Length: 5.4 mi • Est. Miller Creek Conservation Area consists of trails on approximately 900 acres.
Tiger Mountain is a single track mountain bike trail in Issaquah, Washington. Ruthie Hill is a single track mountain bike trail in Issaquah, Washington.
Freud Creek is a single track mountain bike trail in Leavenworth, Washington. Beacon Hill is a single track mountain bike trail in Spokane, Washington.
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