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0 - 85 mi
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31
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11
Backpacking
23
Other activities
Skykomish has 50 trails in the vicinity, including 31 hiking trails, 11 for backpacking and 23 for other activities. These trails range from 0.5 to 85 miles in length. The longest trail in Skykomish is Stevens Pass Scenic Byway a well-known trail measuring 85 miles in total length. The most popular trails are West Fork Foss River to Foss Lakes, Pacific Crest Trail - Stevens Pass to Snoqualmie Pass and Lake Dorothy. Trails.com member Tim C. recently completed Iron Goat Trail.
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Hike this moderate 3- to 7-mile out-and-back day hike or backpack to Lake Dorothy, one ...
This interpretive hiking trail in the Stevens Pass historic district climbs a constant ...
This trail climbs a narrow side valley above the Skykomish River, offering pretty views, ...
A popular trail linking a group of alpine lakes above the West Fork Foss River. West Fork ...
A short but strenuous climb to a high alpine lake, buried deep in snow, is what awaits ...
A segment of the Pacific Crest Trail from Snoqualmie Pass to Stevens Pass, through the ...
A child can walk part of the old Great Northern Railroad right-of-way and peek into a ...
A trail gradual enough to stroll with small children climbs easily to meadowlands, with ...
Why would anyone choose an abandoned road with modest views instead of the “real” Johnson ...
This trip can certainly be described as having a very high “pleasure-to-pain” ratio. Although ...
A long, mostly lonesome hike up Deception Creek to Deception Lakes. Deception Creek flows ...
A long river hike leads to these remote, beautiful alpine lakes. Necklace Valley is a ...
This lonesome trail is not as famous for flowers as other trails between Skykomish and ...
Only one of the three state historic wagon and railroad trails are preserved for hikers. ...
Cascading West Fork Miller River waters roar as constant companions on this deteriorated ...
The scenery here isn’t as grandly rugged as along other sections, but the route visits ...
Situated in the Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest, across the Skykomish River from ...
Beckler River Campground is about 50 miles east of Everett. It occupies a very pleasant ...
An elongated peak that’s radiant in color when its copious wildflowers bloom, Benchmark ...
The Lookout is the ground-mounted L-4 model, 14 x 14 feet in size, with outside shutters ...
The trail is steep; the lake is big and beautiful. The hot summer day when I was there, ...
The Roman god Janus had two faces so he could see in two directions at once. A traveler ...
There's a saying among some hard-core mountain bikers: "If you ain't walkin', you ain't ...
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