Robe Canyon Trail

Granite Falls, Washington 98252

Robe Canyon Trail

Robe Canyon Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This short trail, framed by moss-covered trees leaning over a spectacular river gorge, will appeal to all lovers of beauty, history, and adventure, and will fill any child with delight and wonder.

It follows the railroad bed of the ore train that ran from Monte Cristo to Everett a hundred years ago. Washouts and slides have changed the surface, but occasional reminders of the train route remain. Although the trail is relatively easy, in a few places above the river slides have narrowed the railroad bed to only inches. Children should be watched carefully."

Robe Canyon Trail Reviews

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4/10/2010
Great first hike of the year. Trail was in great shape until the washout after the 2 tunnel. The wife and I were just doing a quick morning hike so we ended there and turned back and were home by noon. Saw one other person on the way out.
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2/28/2010
We did this hike with two teenagers and a three year old. The hike itself was very easy, save for a few washouts along the way that made it difficult to navigate with a younger child. The hike was very intertaining, especially for the little one, she was very excited about the tunnels she got to walk through. This is a very popular trail and starting earlier in the day makes for a less crowded hike.
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4/6/2009
The trail was a nice and easy hike down to the river. However the trail is not complete as after 1.2 miles in the trail is blocked by rock slides. But up to that point it is a great and easy hike.
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Trail Information

Granite Falls
Nearby City
3.5
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Day hike
Duration
March to November
Season
1,050 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,050 feet
Top Elevation
Green Trails No. 109 Granite Falls
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Jul 2018