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WTA's hiking guide is the most comprehensive database of hikes in Washington, and comprises content written by local hiking experts and user submitted information. All data is vetted by WTA staff. This resource is made possible by the donations of WTA members.

We respectfully acknowledge the lands we are visiting are the homelands of Indigenous tribes of the Pacific Northwest, some of whom have reserved treaty rights on these lands. Tribes continue to rely on and share in the management of these lands today. Please tread gently and treat these places with respect.

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3 Hikes
Little Mountain Park - Darvill Loop

Puget Sound and Islands -- Bellingham Area

 
4.4 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 860 ft.
Highest Point: 934.0 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
3.00
(3 votes)
An old trail made new! The land on this southwest side of the park was recently donated to the Skagit Land Trust and Mount Vernon Parks to prevent it from becoming a big housing development. Now, the land will be kept for posterity for all to enjoy. Hike this loop for some fine forest walking on the south slope of Little Mountain.
 
 
Little Mountain Park - Up Quick

Puget Sound and Islands -- Bellingham Area

 
0.2 miles, one-way
Gain: 241 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
2.33
(3 votes)
This short connector trail on Little Mountain Park helps visitors connect the Darvill Trail with the Ridge Trail, making for a direct route to the summit of this little park.
 
 
Little Mountain Park - Bonnie and Clyde Loop

Puget Sound and Islands -- Bellingham Area

 
1.6 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 300 ft.
Highest Point: 934.0 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
3.50
(8 votes)
Aptly named Little Mountain is easily accessible year-round. This 522-acre forested park—just a few miles from Mount Vernon’s downtown area—feels much farther from the city. A narrow road leads to the sub-1,000-foot summit, where Skagit Valley views await. While driving to the top is pleasant, it is far more rewarding to hike.