Best Backpacking in Washington

This list represents the most popular backpacking in Washington. Use this list to plan your next Washington backpacking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Heather Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Snohomish County, Washington. It is 2.5 miles ...
The famous Wonderland Trail, which completely circles Mount Rainier, is not only the finest ...
The “Chants” is a magical and legendary place of shiny granite, sparkling waters, perpetual ...
Dominated by a shoulder of The Brothers, this forest lake was formed thousands of years ...
The 75-mile stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail between Snoqualmie Pass and Stevens Pass ...
Bridal Veil Falls and Lake Serene Trail is a hiking trail in Snohomish County, Washington. ...
The wild Olympic coast is a national treasure. With most of our country’s shoreline altered ...
Trek to fi ve remote sparkling lakes occupying two granite cirques within the shadows ...
Spray Park Trail is a hiking trail in Pierce County, Washington. It is within Mount Rainier ...
Easy access, a short trail, camping, fishing, and proximity to other woodland lakes are ...
The cool forest trail and the lakes at trail’s end are the ideal recipe for a happy-dog ...
Dense forest drapes the lower trail, keeping hikers cool on the hottest August afternoons. ...
One of the most popular places in Olympic National Park, the Hoh Valley is where most ...
Lena Lake Trail #810 is a hiking trail in Mason County and Jefferson County, Washington. ...
The 19-mile High Divide Loop journeys deep into the Olympics. The climax of the trip is ...
A moderate ascent to the foot of the Carbon Glacier, the lowest-elevation glacier in the ...
An 18.1-mile one way backpack from the Graves Creek trailhead to Anderson Pass.
Third Beach Trail is a hiking trail in Clallam County and Jefferson County, Washington. ...
The Icicle River Valley burned in the summer of 1994. At least one-third of the trees ...
When Olympic National Park was established in 1938, its boundaries were rather arbitrary, ...
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