Best Hikes with Dogs: Western Washington
by Dan A. Nelson (The Mountaineers Books)
© 2010 Dan A. Nelson/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.
The trail had several fallen trees requiring either climbing over (human) or under (dog). The falls are dry at this time of year but the trees are beautiful, the short trip across the highway to the suspension bridge is well worth the extra time.
The trail was well groomed up until I hit a rock slide, about and hour into the hike, that was next to imposible to get over with my dog ( huskie/samoyed mix with lots of hiking experience). The foilage was changing and the colors were spectacular. I recomend the hike, it's just shorter right now then what the book describes. I notified the Rangers and they will not be able to take care of the slide until next season.
For more specific directions, the trail head starts on milepost 53 on SR410. You need a Trails Pass to park and use the trail.
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