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24
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0 - 27 mi
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19
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6
Horseback Riding
14
Other activities
Woodland has 24 trails in the vicinity, including 19 hiking trails, 6 for horseback riding and 14 for other activities. These trails range from 0.4 to 27.9 miles in length. The longest trail in Woodland is Cedar Creek a well-known trail measuring 27.9 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Lewis River—Main Stem, Siouxon Creek Trail and Cinnamon Trail. Trails.com member Shane B. recently completed Goat Marsh.
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The Lewis River cascades down several grand falls on its way to the Columbia River. This ...
Traverse open forest on a bluff at the base of Mount St. Helens. Catch good glimpses of ...
One of the nicest ski trails in the region, the Kalama Ski Trail travels more than ten ...
Lonely Castle Ridge offers royal views of Mount St. Helens and all three of the grand ...
Scramble to round-the-compass views of new volcanoes—Mount St. Helens and her kin—and ...
The Spencer Butte lookout is long gone, and so are the views, but at trail’s end Breezy ...
Construction of the Lewis River Road carved up the once-wild Lewis River Trail. But several ...
Used by anglers for access to the Lewis River, this trail offers a quick fix for ...
Wander a wide and wild stretch of the Lewis River to explore a recently restored cedar-shingle ...
Views of two tantalizing torrents on the Lewis River will whet the appetites of waterfall ...
Stroll through a dark flat above the Muddy River that harbors some of the tallest, ...
Get a bird’s-eye view of Yale Reservoir on this wooded 1-mile walk connecting two popular ...
On this haul-road-turnedhiking-path, enjoy unobstructed views of Yale Reservoir, a lake ...
One of the ?nest ridge hikes within the shadows of Mount St. Helens; the only thing sweeter ...
Don’t go bananas over the crowds at Ape Cave. Instead, leave them behind by following ...
Hike along and above dramatic canyons scoured deep by lahars from the 1980 eruption. Savor ...
You’re sure to dig up a surprise or two on the Fossil Trail. Follow this lightly traveled ...
The Cinnamon Trail offers sweet views of Mount St. Helens. Follow a ridgeline above the ...
Hike alongside the tumbling Kalama River, traveling atop high bluffs and through impressive ...
This 88-acre campground has more than a mile of freshwater shoreline on the East Fork ...
The campground is pretty basic, but it is also usually pretty quiet. It sits in the woods ...
Just a few miles north of Portland, near the town of Woodland, Washington, the Lewis River ...
This ride ventures up the Lewis River valley in northern Clark County, visiting the lower ...
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