Layser Cave Trail

Randle, Washington 98377

Layser Cave Trail

Layser Cave Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This ancient Indian cave, used by long-ago Indian families for shelter and as a place to skin animal hides for clothing, will intrigue children. The age of the weapons found here make it one of the older archaeological sites in the state—perhaps 6000 years old."

Layser Cave Trail Reviews

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7/9/2005
This is a small cave about 800 feet off the roadway. Once you start up the Forest Service Road off the main roadway there will be NO signs telling you where to go. It is a narrow forest road going up to the cave. When you come to a wide spot at a corner that is the parking area. The trail is across the street going down through the tree's, there will be an interpretive sign at the bottom of the stairs. The cave itself is not as impressive obviously as Ape Cave, but the kids liked it. Unfortunately people have written their names and all sorts of other stuff on the cave walls and roof.
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Trail Information

Randle
Nearby City
25
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Day hike
Duration
Year round
Season
1,700 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,700 feet
Top Elevation
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Local Contacts
Green Trails No. 333 McCoy Peak; USFS Gifford Pinchot
Local Maps