Best Trails Near Hanford WA

Hanford has 4 trails in the vicinity, including 3 hiking trails and 1 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 5.4 to 33 miles in length. The longest trail in Hanford is Columbia River I - Hanford Reach a well-known trail measuring 33 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are White Bluffs Trail, Hanford Reach North and Hanford Reach South. Trails.com member Norman J. recently completed Hanford Reach South.

More information on the best trails in Hanford can be found below.
  • Columbia River I - Hanford Reach

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    Hanford, WA

    For all practical purposes, this is two trips, not one, on the last major free-flowing stretch of the Columbia. While the nuclear plants that line the western shoreline of Hanford Reach no longer ...
    •  2 days
    •  33 miles
    •  Guide

    For all practical purposes, this is two trips, not one, on the last major free-flowing stretch of the Columbia. While the ...

  • Hanford Reach South

    0 Reviews

    Hanford, WA

    Pass a gate and follow an old paved road south. The road was closed when the US government, during World War II, chose the surrounding area to host a massive plutonium-processing complex and ...
    •  5.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Pass a gate and follow an old paved road south. The road was closed when the US government, during World War II, chose the ...

  • Hanford Reach North

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    Hanford, WA

    Since the Hanford Reach became a national monument in 2000 (see “From Manhattan Project to National Monument” sidebar), more and more hikers are discovering that what they thought would be a ...
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Since the Hanford Reach became a national monument in 2000 (see “From Manhattan Project to National Monument” sidebar), more ...

  • White Bluffs Trail

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    Hanford, WA

    As in many regions in the Columbia Basin, this one is more of a ramble than a true hike with a beginning, middle, and end. Maybe we are more goal-oriented on the western side of the Cascades; ...
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    As in many regions in the Columbia Basin, this one is more of a ramble than a true hike with a beginning, middle, and end. ...