Dayton, WA Trails and Parks

Dayton has 5 trails in the vicinity, including 3 hiking trails and 1 for horseback riding. These trails range from 4 to 65 miles in length. The most popular trails are Kendall Skyline Road, Mouth of the Tucannon and Tucannon River Canyon (Camp Wooten). Trails.com member Kyle R. recently completed Kendall Skyline Road.
  • Kendall Skyline RoadView Trail Details

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    Dayton, WA

    • Off-Highway Drives  
    •  Easy
    •  3.5 hours
    •  65 miles
    •  Guide

    Mile-high Kendall Skyline Road, built in 1928, is named for the U.S. Forest Service employee (William H. Kendall) who conceived, promoted and ...

  • Oregon ButteView Trail Details

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    Dayton, WA

    •  3 hours
    •  5.8 miles
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    A gentle ramble to the highest point in Washington’s Blue Mountains, this hike through the dry, forested landscape is a fine introduction to ...

  • Tucannon River ValleyView Trail Details

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    Dayton, WA

    • Birding  
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    As one of the least-birded areas of the state, the Blue Mountains hold a lot of potential for bird-watchers willing to explore interesting habitat ...

  • Mouth of the TucannonView Trail Details

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    Dayton, WA

    • Hiking  
    •  3 hours
    •  4 miles
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    The Tucannon River—one of the richest trout streams in Washington— flows out of the Wenaha–Tucannon Wilderness Area in heart of the Blue Mountains ...

  • Tucannon River Canyon (Camp Wooten)View Trail Details

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    Dayton, WA

    • Hiking  
    •  2 to 4 hours
    •  6 miles
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    The Tucannon River Canyon is a transition zone, from the sagelands of the lower river to the dry pine forests of the Blue Mountains at the upper ...