Best Trails Near Harmony Falls Landing WA

Harmony Falls Landing has 23 trails in the vicinity, including 22 hiking trails and 1 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 1 to 14.2 miles in length. The longest trail in Harmony Falls Landing is Whittier Ridge - Lakes Loop Trail a well-known trail measuring 14.2 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Lakes Trail, South Coldwater Trail and Harrys Ridge Trail. Trails.com member Chuck S. recently completed Ape Canyon Trail.

More information on the best trails in Harmony Falls Landing can be found below.
  • June Lake Trail

    2 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    This scenic trail climbs gently to the shore of June Lake, a small, shallow pool near the timberline on the southern flank of Mount St. Helens. The surrounding wildflowers are examples of the ...
    •  2.8 miles
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    This scenic trail climbs gently to the shore of June Lake, a small, shallow pool near the timberline on the southern flank ...

  • Sheep Canyon Trail

    2 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Offering great views down the mud-filled Toutle River Valley, this trail explores areas of destruction as well as healthy old forests that miraculously escaped the ravages of the 1980 eruption. ...
    •  4.5 miles
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    Offering great views down the mud-filled Toutle River Valley, this trail explores areas of destruction as well as healthy ...

  • Norway Pass Trail

    1 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Hike just over 2 miles west from Norway Pass, and you hit... Norway Pass. No, it’s not some magical bending of the fabric of the universe, merely a quirk of the cartographer. The Norway Pass ...
    •  4.5 miles
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    Hike just over 2 miles west from Norway Pass, and you hit... Norway Pass. No, it’s not some magical bending of the fabric ...

  • Whittier Ridge - Lakes Loop Trail

    1 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    This trail was carved out of cliff faces and mountaintops. The route is long, sun-baked, and incredibly scenic, while the trail itself is rough, steep and very exposed. One section on the flank ...
    •  14.2 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail was carved out of cliff faces and mountaintops. The route is long, sun-baked, and incredibly scenic, while the ...

  • Truman Trail - Pumice Plains

    1 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980 is held up as an example of the destructive power of nature, yet today, the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is the perfect classroom in which ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    The eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980 is held up as an example of the destructive power of nature, yet today, the Mount ...

  • Blue Lake - South Fork Toutle Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is all about the raw destructive power of a big volcano, right? Wrong, as this trail proves. Here you find not destruction, but a celebration of ...
    •  4.5 miles
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    The Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is all about the raw destructive power of a big volcano, right? Wrong, as ...

  • Ptarmigan Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Folks looking to bag the summit start here. The Ptarmigan Trail is the only route remaining to get to the summit of Mount St. Helens since the eruption of May 18, 1980. Hikers who don’t plan ...
    •  4.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Folks looking to bag the summit start here. The Ptarmigan Trail is the only route remaining to get to the summit of Mount ...

  • Jackpine Shelter Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The Jackpine Shelter Interpretive Trail explores an old forest and its interaction with the surrounding volcanic environment. Despite the Mount St. Helens catastrophe of May 18, 1980, this beautiful, ...
    •  1 miles
    •  Guide

    The Jackpine Shelter Interpretive Trail explores an old forest and its interaction with the surrounding volcanic environment. ...

  • Smith Creek Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    This is a stark river valley walk, providing an in-depth examination of a mudflow valley and the forest it pierces. Smith Creek isn’t as well known, nor perhaps as scenic, as its two nearby neighbors, ...
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a stark river valley walk, providing an in-depth examination of a mudflow valley and the forest it pierces. Smith ...

  • Ape Canyon Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    A mile-wide lahar scoured portions of the Muddy River valley, while other parts of the canyon offer you features created by eons of erosion from floods and long-forgotten mudflows. The trail ...
    •  11 miles
    •  Guide

    A mile-wide lahar scoured portions of the Muddy River valley, while other parts of the canyon offer you features created ...

  • Lava Canyon Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    This hike begins with the wide, paved Lava Canyon Interpretive Trail, which leads to a viewing platform overlooking a stunning canyon—a deep, jagged cut through a thick layer of ancient lava. ...
    •  5 miles
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    This hike begins with the wide, paved Lava Canyon Interpretive Trail, which leads to a viewing platform overlooking a stunning ...

  • Windy Ridge Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Sometimes, less is more. There are wonderful trails beyond the end of Windy Ridge, but the 4-mile ramble from the end of the drivable road to the end of the old ash-blasted logging road offers ...
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    Sometimes, less is more. There are wonderful trails beyond the end of Windy Ridge, but the 4-mile ramble from the end of ...

  • Plains of Abraham Loop Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The trail begins with spectacular views from the trailhead; Windy Ridge is the best road-accessible vantage point in the national monument. From there it travels up and down ridges and pumice ...
    •  8 miles
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    The trail begins with spectacular views from the trailhead; Windy Ridge is the best road-accessible vantage point in the ...

  • Meta Lake Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The Meta Lake Trail celebrates life that miraculously escaped devastation during the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. This broad, paved trail weaves through a lush forest of alpine and noble ...
    •  1.3 miles
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    The Meta Lake Trail celebrates life that miraculously escaped devastation during the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. This ...

  • Harmony Falls Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Overlooking the east bay of Spirit Lake, this trail drops from the Harmony Falls viewpoint on gentle switchbacks. Harmony Trail’s name seems appropriate so long after the eruption, but as you ...
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    Overlooking the east bay of Spirit Lake, this trail drops from the Harmony Falls viewpoint on gentle switchbacks. Harmony ...

  • Independence Pass Loop Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Fantastic scenery notwithstanding, this route offers a great lesson in volcanic destruction and resurrection. Life has returned en masse. The recovery of this area is evident not only from the ...
    •  8 miles
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    Fantastic scenery notwithstanding, this route offers a great lesson in volcanic destruction and resurrection. Life has returned ...

  • Harrys Ridge Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Everyone knows about Harry Truman— not to be confused with the former U.S. president, but the sweet old curmudgeon with the just-as-old cats. Harry and his cats refused to evacuate from his beloved ...
    •  8 miles
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    Everyone knows about Harry Truman— not to be confused with the former U.S. president, but the sweet old curmudgeon with the ...

  • South Coldwater Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    If you only have time to do one of the trails framing Coldwater Lake, my money would go on the South Coldwater Trail. The Lakes Trail on the north shore is a beautiful hike, but this hike is ...
    •  10 miles
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    If you only have time to do one of the trails framing Coldwater Lake, my money would go on the South Coldwater Trail. The ...

  • Lakes Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Before May 18, 1980, this was a forest, not a lake. The volcanic eruption that day, however, swept away the forest, and the massive mudflows in the Toutle River Basin created a huge earthen dam ...
    •  6 miles
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    Before May 18, 1980, this was a forest, not a lake. The volcanic eruption that day, however, swept away the forest, and the ...

  • Hummocks Trail

    0 Reviews

    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The Hummocks are massive mounds of rock, ash, and mud that were piled unceremoniously around the floor of the new Coldwater Lake valley by the mighty blow. But these aren’t just piles of rubble. ...
    •  2.3 miles
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    The Hummocks are massive mounds of rock, ash, and mud that were piled unceremoniously around the floor of the new Coldwater ...

  • Boundary West Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    The May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens rebuilt this entire area. New lakes were formed, old hills and valleys disappeared. Forests were flattened and rivers were obliterated. An entire ...
    •  4 miles
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    The May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens rebuilt this entire area. New lakes were formed, old hills and valleys disappeared. ...

  • Norway Pass and Mount Margaret Trail

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    Discover how vegetation is returning to the barren slopes of Norway Pass, swept clean on May 18, 1980, by the eruption of Mount St. Helens. On slopes facing the eruption, trees were flattened ...
    •  11 miles
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    Discover how vegetation is returning to the barren slopes of Norway Pass, swept clean on May 18, 1980, by the eruption of ...

  • Coldwater Lake

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    Harmony Falls Landing, WA

    When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, countless tons of ash and rock were sent rushing down the Toutle River. Most of the destruction occurred in the valley of the North Fork of the Toutle River, ...
    •  2 to 6 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, countless tons of ash and rock were sent rushing down the Toutle River. Most of the ...