The Best Day Hikes of Washington State, #51-60

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

51. Carter Falls, Mount Rainier National Park 46.7662, -121.7927

2.6 miles out and back – 44 min – takes National Parks Pass – best time to visit: year-round

52. Shadow Lakes Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.9146, -121.6423

2.6 miles out and back – 44 min – takes National Parks Pass – best time to visit: April-Oct

53. Glacier Vista Loop via Skyline Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.7860, -121.7350

2.6 miles out and back – 44 min – takes National Parks Pass – best time to visit: July-Oct

54. Frozen Lake via Sourdough Ridge Trail, Mount Rainier National Park 46.9146, -121.6423

2.9 miles out and back – 49 min – takes National Parks Pass – best time to visit: June-Oct

55. Nisqually Estuary Boardwalk and Twin Barns Trail, Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge 47.0688, -122.7129

4.5 miles out and back – 1 hr 17 min – takes Refuge Entrance Pass – best time to visit: year-round

56. Trail of the Cedars Nature Walk, North Cascades National Park 48.6760, -121.2433

1.9 miles loop – 32 min – best time to visit: year-round

57. Ancient Lake Trail, North Columbia Basin State Wildlife Recreation Area 47.1519, -119.9223

4.6 miles loop – 1 hr 18 min – takes Discover Pass – best time to visit: March-Sept

58. Red Top Lookout Trail, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest 47.2970, -120.7596

1 mile out and back – 17 min – takes Northwest Forest Pass – best time to visit: June-Oct

59. Rainy Lake Trail, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest 48.5150, -120.7355

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

60. Old Pipeline Bed Trail, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest 47.5871, -120.7076

2.4 miles out and back – 41 min – best time to visit: year-round

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