Best Trails Near Auburn WA

Auburn has 13 trails in the vicinity, including 8 hiking trails and 3 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 0.1 to 34.5 miles in length. The longest trail in Auburn is Black Diamond–Green River Gorge Loop a well-known trail measuring 34.5 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Flaming Geyser State Park, Auburn to Flaming Geyser State Park, Green River: Auburn to Kent and Middle Reach. Trails.com member Joe W. recently completed Tumwater Falls.

More information on the best trails in Auburn can be found below.
  • Flaming Geyser State Park

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    Auburn, WA

    A popular state park with a very impressive name, Flaming Geyser presents several basic hiking options on more than 4 miles of trails. Multiple short hikes explore a ridgeline in the forest, ...
    •  1 to 2 hours
    •  1.7 miles
    •  Guide

    A popular state park with a very impressive name, Flaming Geyser presents several basic hiking options on more than 4 miles ...

  • Green River: Flaming Geyser to Whitney Bridge, Yo-Yo Stretch

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    Auburn, WA

    A short and varied section of river, this segment, known locally as the Yo-Yo Stretch, is a favorite with paddlers who make the same run several times a day for practice. It is ideal for polers, ...
    •  Less than 1 hour
    •  3 miles
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    A short and varied section of river, this segment, known locally as the Yo-Yo Stretch, is a favorite with paddlers who make ...

  • Green River: East of Auburn, Rural Reach

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    Auburn, WA

    The Green River between Whitney Bridge (RM 40) and the mouth of Big Soos Creek (RM 33.6) flows through the bucolic Green Valley east of Auburn, an area similar to the Skykomish Valley between ...
    •  2 hours
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    The Green River between Whitney Bridge (RM 40) and the mouth of Big Soos Creek (RM 33.6) flows through the bucolic Green ...

  • Green River: Auburn to Kent, Middle Reach

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    Auburn, WA

    The Green River from the mouth of Big Soos Creek 2 miles above Auburn through west Kent changes from a rural river, where steelheaders fish, to a suburban river that nibbles the edges of Auburn ...
    •  4 to 5 hours
    •  16 miles
    •  Guide

    The Green River from the mouth of Big Soos Creek 2 miles above Auburn through west Kent changes from a rural river, where ...

  • Auburn to Flaming Geyser State Park

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    Auburn, WA

    South King County is home to some excellent road biking, along rural roads and through lush farming communities. This route, heading east from Auburn, skirts new development, visits the small ...
    •  31.5 miles
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    South King County is home to some excellent road biking, along rural roads and through lush farming communities. This route, ...

  • Black Diamond–Green River Gorge Loop

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    Auburn, WA

    Although the Black Diamond–Green River Gorge Loop starts out at a noisy freeway interchange, it quickly leaves that behind to travel a historic road that’s changed little in the past one hundred ...
    •  34.5 miles
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    Although the Black Diamond–Green River Gorge Loop starts out at a noisy freeway interchange, it quickly leaves that behind ...

  • Angel Falls Loop

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    Auburn, WA

    The Angel Falls Loop Hike is an amusement park ride for outdoor lovers. This diverse walk in the woods starts unassumingly enough with a long, steady ascent before skirting around massive cave- ...
    •  1- 2 hours
    •  2.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The Angel Falls Loop Hike is an amusement park ride for outdoor lovers. This diverse walk in the woods starts unassumingly ...

  • Siouxon Creek Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    The Siouxon Creek drainage (pronounced sou- sawn, rhyming with Tucson) is situated south of Mt. St. Helens in the wonderfully vast Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The forest is an attractive ...
    •  1.5-8 hours
    •  10.8 miles
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    The Siouxon Creek drainage (pronounced sou- sawn, rhyming with Tucson) is situated south of Mt. St. Helens in the wonderfully ...

  • Tumwater Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    Despite or maybe because of its location next to I-5 and underneath the now defunct Olympia Brewing Company, Tumwater Falls along the Deschutes River is like a breath of fresh air within its ...
    •  20 minutes
    •  1 miles
    •  Guide

    Despite or maybe because of its location next to I-5 and underneath the now defunct Olympia Brewing Company, Tumwater Falls ...

  • Spray Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    Spray Falls is one of the most impressive natural spectacles in Washington State as it cascades 354 feet down an andesite wall and spreads out as wide as 100 feet across by the time it reaches ...
    •  2-4 hours
    •  4 miles
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    Spray Falls is one of the most impressive natural spectacles in Washington State as it cascades 354 feet down an andesite ...

  • Comet Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    Dropping 462 feet in three tiers, Comet Falls dwarfs most other waterfalls across Washington State, and getting to see it requires a short but vigorous hike along the side of the gorge formed ...
    •  3 hours
    •  3.6 miles
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    Dropping 462 feet in three tiers, Comet Falls dwarfs most other waterfalls across Washington State, and getting to see it ...

  • Christine Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    Just a quick jaunt from the road and worth a stop for anyone driving by on WA 706, Christine Falls carves a sweet little niche out of the lower reaches of twisting Van Trump Creek under the graceful ...
    •  5 minutes
    •  0.1 miles
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    Just a quick jaunt from the road and worth a stop for anyone driving by on WA 706, Christine Falls carves a sweet little ...

  • Silver Falls

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    Auburn, WA

    One of the more accessible waterfalls in Mt. Rainier National Park, Silver Falls chutes through a chasm of its own making in the Ohanapecosh River and then drops over a ledge, falling 40 feet ...
    •  15- 30 minutes
    •  0.6 miles
    •  Guide

    One of the more accessible waterfalls in Mt. Rainier National Park, Silver Falls chutes through a chasm of its own making ...