Best Trails Near Cora WA

Cora has 11 trails in the vicinity, including 11 hiking trails. These trails range from 3 to 19.5 miles in length. The longest trail in Cora is McCoy Creek Flower Walks Trail a well-known trail measuring 19.5 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Pompey Peak Trail and Purcell Lookout Trail. Trails.com member Greg H. recently completed Pompey Peak Trail.

More information on the best trails in Cora can be found below.
  • Hat Rock - Yellow Jacket Pass Trail

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    Cora, WA

    The Yellow Jacket–Hat Rock Trail allows you to enjoy the beauty of the southern end of Langille Ridge and the views from Hat Rock. You’ll find a small tarn awaiting you at Yellow Jacket Pass, ...
    •  5.5 miles
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    The Yellow Jacket–Hat Rock Trail allows you to enjoy the beauty of the southern end of Langille Ridge and the views from ...

  • Bishop Ridge Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Hikers might feel like there’s no end in sight on the long, steep climb that characterizes the Bishop Ridge Trail. But really, the trail does level off. You just need to put in the miles! The ...
    •  9 miles
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    Hikers might feel like there’s no end in sight on the long, steep climb that characterizes the Bishop Ridge Trail. But really, ...

  • McCoy Peak Trail

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    Cora, WA

    This may be the steepest climb in the entire Dark Divide Roadless Area. It is certainly the steepest climb that is sustained for more than a few miles—you’ll be huffing every step of the way ...
    •  8.4 miles
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    This may be the steepest climb in the entire Dark Divide Roadless Area. It is certainly the steepest climb that is sustained ...

  • Tongue Mountain Trail

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    Cora, WA

    You’ll be wagging your tongue over both the workout and the views after you enjoy this route. The workout comes by way of the last 0.75 mile to the summit, but you’ll definitely earn the payoff ...
    •  3 miles
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    You’ll be wagging your tongue over both the workout and the views after you enjoy this route. The workout comes by way of ...

  • Juniper Ridge Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Ridge-top meadows stretching for miles await you here, though you’ll work to reap those rewards. The trail climbs steeply from the low valley bottom to the high ridgeline, but once aloft on those ...
    •  6 miles
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    Ridge-top meadows stretching for miles await you here, though you’ll work to reap those rewards. The trail climbs steeply ...

  • Sunrise Peak Trail

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    Cora, WA

    The name tells you when to visit: Come early so you can be up on the summit as the sun rises in the east, bringing the massive snowcone of Mount Adams to life. Seeing the sun throw brilliant ...
    •  3 miles
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    The name tells you when to visit: Come early so you can be up on the summit as the sun rises in the east, bringing the massive ...

  • Jumbo Peak Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Jumbo is one of the big boys of the vast Dark Divide Roadless Area. Not that Jumbo is a massive mountain, but rather, it’s one of the big highlights of the incredibly scenic and wild roadless ...
    •  6 miles
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    Jumbo is one of the big boys of the vast Dark Divide Roadless Area. Not that Jumbo is a massive mountain, but rather, it’s ...

  • Pompey Peak Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Peak-baggers love the lookout-rich Cowlitz Valley. The number of high peaks that once housed fire watch stations in this deep, forested valley is astounding. This trail loops through some of ...
    •  3.5 miles
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    Peak-baggers love the lookout-rich Cowlitz Valley. The number of high peaks that once housed fire watch stations in this ...

  • Purcell Lookout Trail

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    Cora, WA

    The Purcell Mountain Trail, which begins just west of the left-hand turn to Forest Road 63, leads 7.6 pleasant miles up the mountain to grand views at the lookout. The better option, though, ...
    •  7 miles
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    The Purcell Mountain Trail, which begins just west of the left-hand turn to Forest Road 63, leads 7.6 pleasant miles up the ...

  • Sunrise Peak and Jumbo’s Shoulder Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Meadows filled with wildflowers; miles of them. But also glorious views north and south to Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood, Mount Adams, and Mount Rainier. About those meadows: flowery meadows to ...
    •  11 miles
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    Meadows filled with wildflowers; miles of them. But also glorious views north and south to Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood, ...

  • McCoy Creek Flower Walks Trail

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    Cora, WA

    Flowers of forest and meadows and dramatic views. While flowers are secondary on Tongue Mountain, the trail ends on top of a near-vertical 3300foot cliff with high views. Juniper Peak has a good ...
    •  19.5 miles
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    Flowers of forest and meadows and dramatic views. While flowers are secondary on Tongue Mountain, the trail ends on top of ...