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129
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0 - 225 mi
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108
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32
Horseback Riding
52
Other activities
Packwood has 129 trails in the vicinity, including 108 hiking trails, 32 for horseback riding and 52 for other activities. These trails range from 0.06 to 225 miles in length. The longest trail in Packwood is Yakima to Mount Rainier and West a well-known trail measuring 225 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Goats Rocks Circuit (Backpacking), Nannie Ridge/Sheep Lake and High Lakes Trail. Trails.com member Andrew V. recently completed Grove of the Patriarchs Trail.
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The worst part of this moderate climb is knocked off in the first few miles. After that, ...
Start at a high trailhead on the dry east side of the Goat Rocks Wilderness and hike 7.2 ...
The Ohanapecosh River may be the most picturesque stream in the park, with its crystal-clear ...
Many rivers in Mount Rainier National Park come from its glaciers. Children can learn ...
This beautiful, wooded day hike takes you to spectacular Silver Falls. Silver Falls ...
The trail begins near the eastern end of the campground. The Nannie Ridge Trail (No. 98) ...
Skimming the edges of the William O. Douglas Wilderness and the Goat Rocks Wilderness, ...
Don’t let the name scare you: This is a fine trail with only a few bugs, at least compared ...
Sometimes, even the most gung-ho hiker needs a break—just a gentle walk through the woods, ...
This lake is a popular summer destination for family campers, and it is even more impressive ...
Swim or fish in a forest lake high in the Goat Rocks Wilderness. Since the bottom is muddy, ...
This beautiful, wooded day hike originating near the Ohanapecosh Visitor Center is a popular ...
Hike the lightly used Upper Lake Creek Trail up a heavily forested valley and then climb ...
Trek up the heavily timbered canyon to one of the lower-elevation lakes in Goat Rocks ...
This short interpretive hike crosses the Ohanapecosh River by way of suspension bridge ...
This half-day hike travels through a canyon strewn with wildflowers, wildlife, and waterfalls. ...
Walupt Lake may seem tough to reach, but it is well worth it. The campground is on the ...
This campground, located 1 mile from Walupt Lake in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, is ...
This campground is attractive and rustic at the same time. It sits next to Summit Creek ...
Soda Springs is used mainly as a base camp for backpacking and hiking into the William ...
Stand upon a rocky precipice more than 7400 feet high, admiring more stunning natural ...
The only thing more gorgeous than this wild?ower-carpeted range of craggy knolls and pyramidal ...
Situated between Mounts Rainier and Adams, the Goat Rocks are the remnants of a large ...
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