So many hikes! How do you choose?
Washington state offers unparalleled four-season hiking opportunities. Washington Trails Association helps you narrow down the choices for your next hike. Take a look at our recommendations for summer.
EARLY SPRING HIKING
Hikes of the Week
Each week, WTA selects a trail that is just right for the conditions. Check out this week's hike and those of previous weeks this year. >> Read more
Dune Hiking and Camping
From Pacific hikes up and down the coast to the dunes of White Bluffs, find a spring hike and camping combination. >> Read more
Spring Hikes with Dogs
When spring fever hits, a hike with your pup can be the best cure. Fewer people and moderate temperatures make the early season a great time for hiking with leashed dogs. >>Read more
Early Season Backpacking on the Olympic Peninsula
If you're a hiker who has started to feel the pull of the backcountry, a short, early-season backpacking trip may satisfy your craving for overnighting in the outdoors. >> Read more
Ten Lesser-Known Waterfalls
Visit these secluded falls while the spring runoff is keeping them running fast and high. Be sure and bring a camera! >> Read more
Discover a world of gurgling cascades, frosty fungi and wildlife along one of these eleven year-round river hikes. >> Read more
Hikes with Children
If you are looking for some help planning in your next family adventure Washington Trails Association has just what you need. Hiking, camping and lots of tips and tricks. >> Read more