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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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Results List

4 Hikes

Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula

 
4.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 600 ft.
Highest Point: 1200 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
5.00
(1 vote)
  • Mountain views
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Good for kids
  • Lakes
  • Waterfalls
At just four miles roundtrip, Tin Mine is a nice year-round hike that features history and is kid-friendly. There’s also lots of beaver ponds along the way and seasonal cascades as well.
 
 

Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula

 
9.5 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 1900 ft.
Highest Point: 1639 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
4.20
(5 votes)
  • Mountain views
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Summits
  • Fall foliage
  • Established campsites
The Wildcat Trail on Green Mountain follows a multi-use trail on a steep, rocky ascent to the peak. Along the way, enjoy views of Hood Canal, the Olympics, and sometimes even downtown Seattle!
 
 

Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula

 
5.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 1000 ft.
Highest Point: 1639 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
3.64
(36 votes)
  • Mountain views
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Summits
  • Established campsites
Green Mountain is the Kitsap Peninsula's go-to after work destination. Whether you're mountain biking, trail running, or hiking, you can get a quick workout by hiking the Gold Creek Trail up to the summit of Green Mountain.
 
 

Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula

 
4.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 120 ft.
Highest Point: 800 ft.
Rating:
Average rating:
5.00
(1 vote)
  • Dogs allowed on leash
This trails is a relatively flat path paralleling Gold Creek in the Green Mountain State Forest, a dynamic working forest that is certainly a land of many uses. The trails are open to hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders.