Dishman Hills Natural Area's Enchanted Ravine is located just south of Camp Caro and within the main entrance loop. Enchanted Ravine is an excellent place to observe the Dishman Hill's exposed 1.5 billion-year-old bedrock, which is among the oldest geologic features in Washington state.
The trail traverses the narrow ravine, where the exposed bedrock cliffs tower over hikers on either side.
The hike to Enchanted Ravine is excellent for hikers of all ages and totals approximately 1 mile as an out and back hike. Adventurous hikers can continue on using the Dishman Hill's stacked loop trail system to extend the hike.
Since the Dishman Hills is a Natural Area, it is open to hiking only (no bikes) and dogs must remain on leash. No collection of plants, fungi, etc. is allowed within the Natural Area, but photography is encouraged.