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28
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0 - 72 mi
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12
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
6
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14
Other activities
Yakima has 28 trails in the vicinity, including 12 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding, 6 hiking trails and 14 for other activities. These trails range from 0.1 to 72.8 miles in length. The longest trail in Yakima is Yakima-Whistlin' Jack a well-known trail measuring 72.8 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Cowiche Canyon Conservancy Trails, Yakima Skyline Ridge and Selah Butte. Trails.com member Zachary J. recently completed Selah Butte.
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Hike from the lush, beautiful, mid-elevation Conrad Meadows to the alpine terrain and ...
Climb this challenging trail from Conrad Meadows to the spectacular viewpoint at the top ...
Scramble up a huge fin of rock to a bivy site with a commanding 360-degree view. Rockfall ...
With its crown of radio towers, Selah Butte doesn’t seem, at first glance, like a desert ...
Ascend to the highest point in Goat Rocks Wilderness while taking in fantastic vistas ...
A short walk to a viewpoint of a spectacular set of waterfalls in the South Fork Tieton ...
This 247-acre park has 3.6 miles of waterfront on the east side of the Yakima River, just ...
Set on the banks of the Naches River, this wooded campground is just right for sitting ...
Clover Flats is way out there, and therefore it is pretty quiet. It is a good base camp ...
Set on the Bumping River, this small campground is close to good hiking trails 11 miles ...
Snowmobiling in the winter is one of the main attractions of these primitive campgrounds ...
The Goat Rocks provide a rare stretch of jagged crest in the southern part of the state’s ...
The Sheep Lake Couloir is one of the finest couloirs in the immediate vicinity of ...
The G-String and the Shoestring are located in Crystal Lakes Basin inside Mount Rainier ...
Mount Rainier is the most massive volcano in Washington State, and circumnavigating it ...
A striking line in a spectacular setting, Fryingpan Creek Couloir has all the ingredients ...
The Cowlitz Chimneys are an excellent destination if you are looking for adventurous skiing ...
There are many reasons to ski the Emmons Glacier on Mount Rainier, but the most obvious ...
Since the monumental ?rst descent by Chris Landry in 1980, Liberty Ridge has become a ...
Little Tahoma, with its summit at 11,138 feet, is the very distinct subpeak on the east ...
Lane Peak is home to two of the most iconic couloirs in Washington State: The Zipper and ...
The Fuhrer Finger ski descent from the summit of Mount Rainier is an exceptional line—not ...
Ski touring to Camp Muir is a great way to get a taste of skiing on Mount Rainier without ...
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