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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.

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5 Hikes
Burnt Bridge Creek - Western Section

Southwest Washington -- Vancouver Area

 
5.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 60 ft.
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The western section of the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail follows the creek from Leverich Park to Fruit Valley Road. Stewart Glen is the highlight of this section of the trail. The first part of the trail navigates from Leverich Park to the east end of Stewart Glen. The second part passes through a meadow, grassy bottom lands, and thick woods leading to the lake-like backwaters of Burnt Bridge Creek where you may see ducks bobbing or hear frogs croaking. If you would like a nature experience without the urban hassle, try the Stewart Glen Section of the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail instead of starting at Leverich Park.
 
 
Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway Trail

Southwest Washington -- Vancouver Area

 
16.2 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 200 ft.
Highest Point: 310.0 ft.
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This pleasant Vancouver trail follows Burnt Bridge Creek through a variety of landscapes, including open grasslands, wetlands, and forests. Nature lovers use the trail to watch waterfowl, listen to song birds, and perhaps spot a coyote or deer. The eight-mile greenbelt has multiple access points, allowing this hard-surfaced trail to be conveniently divided into sections.
 
 
Burnt Bridge Creek - Middle Section

Southwest Washington -- Vancouver Area

 
7.6 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 120 ft.
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The middle section of the Burnt Bridge Creek trail extends from Devine Road to Leverage Park. In this section of the trail, the character becomes more urban and passes close to houses and soccer fields. Nonetheless, the trail passes through some open grassy areas where you may spot a raptor looking for lunch.
 
 
Burnt Bridge Creek - Eastern Section

Southwest Washington -- Vancouver Area

 
3.6 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 20 ft.
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The eastern section of the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail follows the creek from Meadowbrook Marsh to Devine Road. This section of the trail features meadows and wetlands which host a variety of wildlife, including beavers, deer, and assorted birds. The creek flows through willows, cottonwoods, and red osier dogwood. The understory includes wild roses, spirea, and thimbleberry.
 
 
Burnt Bridge Creek - Stewart Glen Section

Southwest Washington -- Vancouver Area

 
2.6 miles, roundtrip
Highest Point: 50.0 ft.
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Peaceful is the best way to describe the Stewart Glen portion of the Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway. This hike begins at backwaters on the west end of Stewart Glen and follows the Burnt Bridge Creek upstream though thick woods, grassy bottom lands, and a meadow. You will be immediately immersed in the serenity of nature, making this the perfect break from city life.