The Best Day Hikes of Washington State, #41-50

The following is a list of top 100 easy hiking trails in Washington state, in order by region and then length of trail.

41. Franklin Falls Trail, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.4131, -121.4428

2 miles out and back – 34 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: year-round

42. Barclay Lake Trail, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.7923, -121.4592

4.3 miles out and back – 1 hr 13 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: May-Oct

43. Greenwater Lakes Trail, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.1059, -121.4751

4.9 miles out and back – 1 hr 23 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: year-round

44. Pratt River Trail, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.5480, -121.5384

6.5 miles out and back – 1 hr 51 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: April-Oct

45. John Wayne Pioneer Trail (Snoqualmie Tunnel), Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.3930, -121.3928

8.4 miles out and back – 2 hrs 23 min – takes Discover Pass – best time to visit: May-Oct

46. Goldmyer Hot Springs Trail, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest 47.5001, -121.4467

11.1 miles out and back – 3 hrs 9 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: May-Oct

47. Heather Meadows and Artists Point Trail, Mount Baker Wilderness 48.8498, -121.6849

2.9 miles loop – 49 min – best time to visit: March-Oct

48. Myrtle Falls Viewpoint via Skyline Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.7861, -121.7359

0.8 miles loop – 14 min – takes National Park Pass – best time to visit: June-Oct

49. Nisqually Vista Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.7848, -121.7415

1.1 miles loop – 19 min – takes National Park Pass – best time to visit: June-Oct

50. Grove of the Patriarchs Nature Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.7580, -121.5576

1.2 miles loop – 20 min – takes National Park Pass – best time to visit: May-Sept

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