Siler, WA Trails and Parks

Siler has 4 trails in the vicinity, including 4 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 5 miles in length. The longest trail in Siler is Langille Peak Trail a well-known trail measuring 5 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Langille Peak Trail, Badger Peak Trail and Cispus Braille Trail. Trails.com member Brandon B. recently completed Burley Mountain Trail.

More information on the best trails in Siler can be found below.
  • Badger Peak Trail

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    A rough road and short trail may deter you from making this hike, but remember the great views and solitude that await at the top. Badger Ridge Trail, steep in places and a bit primitive. It ...
    •  1.75 miles
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    A rough road and short trail may deter you from making this hike, but remember the great views and solitude that await at ...

  • Langille Peak Trail

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    A forest of thick Douglas-fir (punctuated by fat, juicy huckleberries) runs for nearly 2 miles here before it begins to thin and open up into broad, windswept meadows on the ridge top. This trail—one ...
    •  5 miles
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    A forest of thick Douglas-fir (punctuated by fat, juicy huckleberries) runs for nearly 2 miles here before it begins to thin ...

  • Burley Mountain Trail

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    Siler, WA

    This is an easy walk up to a picturesque fire lookout. Along the way, you’ll find huckleberries in abundance along the track, and views that get increasingly better as you climb the slight grade. ...
    •  1.5 miles
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    This is an easy walk up to a picturesque fire lookout. Along the way, you’ll find huckleberries in abundance along the track, ...

  • Cispus Braille Trail

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    Barrier-free trails are generally designed for folks with mobility concerns—people in wheelchairs or with walking limitations. This unique forest path serves those forest visitors admirably, ...
    •  1 miles
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    Barrier-free trails are generally designed for folks with mobility concerns—people in wheelchairs or with walking limitations. ...