The Best Day Hikes of Washington State, #71-80

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

71. Marymere Falls Trail, Olympic National Park 48.0581, -123.7889

1.7 miles out and back – 29 min – best time to visit: year-round

72. Marymere Falls Trail from Lake Crescent Lodge, Olympic National Park 48.0581, -123.7889

2 miles out and back – 34 min – best time to visit: April-Oct

73. Staircase Rapids Loop, Olympic National Park 48.057, -123.8000

2.1 miles out and back – 36 min – takes National Park Pass – best time to visit: year-round

74. Devil’s Punchbowl via Spruce Railroad Trail, Olympic National Park 48.0830° N, 123.7877° W

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

75. Spruce Nature Trail and Hall of Mosses Loop, Olympic National Park 47.8536, -123.9512

2.9 miles loop – 49 min – takes National Park Pass – best time to visit: April-Oct

76. Hoh River Trail to Mineral Creek Falls, Olympic National Park 47.8597, -123.9337

5.5 miles loop – 1 hr 33 min – best time to visit: year-round

77. Spruce Railroad Trail: Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park 48.0933, -123.8025

11.2 miles loop – 3 hrs 10 min – best time to visit: year-round

78. Trail 121: Waterfall Loop, Palisades Park 47.6672, -117.4876

1.1 miles loop – 19 min – best time to visit: year-round

79. Paradise Valley Conservation Area Trail, Paradise Valley Conseration Area 47.7898, -122.0819

4.6 miles loop – 1 hr 18 min – best time to visit: March-Oct

80. Ellis Cove Trail, Priest Point Park 47.0697, -122.8943

1.5 miles loop – 26 min – best time to visit: March-Oct

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