Best Trails Near Granite Falls WA
Filter Result
Select Activity

Best Trails Near Granite Falls WA

70
Trails
1 - 61 mi
Range
45
Hiking
12
Snowshoeing
29
Other activities
Granite Falls has 70 trails in the vicinity, including 45 hiking trails, 12 for snowshoeing and 29 for other activities. These trails range from 1.25 to 61.6 miles in length. The longest trail in Granite Falls is Granite Falls-Barlow Pass (Mountain Loop Highway) a well-known trail measuring 61.6 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Lime Kiln Trail, Road 4111: Canyon Lake and Robe Canyon Trail. Trails.com member Svetlana L. recently completed Lime Kiln Trail.
Best Trails in Granite Falls 70 Results
Activity
Select
Rating
Difficulty
Skill Level
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
Class
Length
Elevation Gain
Vehicles
Surface
Trail Type
Campsites
Additional Use
Accessibility
Features
Grade
Access
 PREMIUM MEMBER
Woweee, what a view! Pilchuck, Three Fingers, Bigbear, and a bunch of other peaks. Before ...
It was the first clear day in several weeks, and it came on a weekend. The hike to Monte ...
Follow an abandoned road along the wild and temperamental South Fork Sauk River to the ...
Want a walk through a gorgeous winter wonderland without a sweaty climb up a steep trail? ...
These five exquisite alpine lakes are remote enough to be relatively uncrowded. Families ...
The most popular trail in the Stillaguamish Valley climbs through ancient cedar trees, ...
This is a nice, easy day hike close to the Mountain Loop Highway, with views and a waterfall ...
This is a nice, easy trail for hiking or biking to a lovely waterfall. Bike or hike ...
Mallardy Ridge is a spectacular wild area that is seldom enjoyed by summer hikers because ...
This route climbs steadily, but at a gentle enough rate that snowshoers of all abilities ...
Two large forest lakes lie within 1 mile of the parking area. The first, Lake Evan, is ...
The Verlot Public Service Center, 11 miles east of Granite Falls, is a good place to get ...
The Verlot Public Service Center, 11 miles east of Granite Falls, is a good place to get ...
This campground on the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River is shady and roomy but always ...
Starting low and heading high, the way to Dickerman’s 5723-foot summit gains much elevation. ...
Being a short trail close to Everett, and having panoramic views, helps make Pilchuck ...
Gothic Basin with all its lure of mineral riches couldn’t keep miners away a century ...
This lesser-known end of Robe Canyon once contained the historic Everett and Monte Cristo ...
This short trail, framed by moss-covered trees leaning over a spectacular river gorge, ...
The steep and rocky trail ascends through magnificent old-growth cedar and hemlock to ...
This easy walk takes you through subalpine forest to a large cirque lake. Small children ...
The nearly level trail, smooth and well maintained, crosses a series of water-spanning ...
Close enough to the road for families with small children, small enough to retain warmth ...
Load More

Find Granite Falls Trails by Activity

Other Trails in Nearby Cities