Tagged: day hike

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Fort Clatsop – Fort to Sea Trail

Today we joined the Mountain View Hikers again, this time down in Oregon. We started out at Fort Clatsop, where Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 18015-06, and we hiked a trail that roughly followed their pathway between the...

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Larch Mtn – Capitol State Forest

A quick, solo day-hike in Capitol State Forest. There’s no WTA or other sites with much info on the trails I took today, but you can find out more about Capitol State Forest on the WA DNR website: https://www.dnr.wa.gov/Capitol

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Lena Lake

The morning weather in Olympia was iffy, but as we drove up 101 it was just beautiful, and that carried over all along the trail. See my video for more, but overall was easy trek up to Lena Lake, though...

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Duckabush River Trail

From Feb 24th, this was an outing with a small group, with a 10 mile trip planned. Even though the days are getting longer, they’re still pretty short, so we left early enough to get back to the trailhead well...

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Goat Creek Trail & Cathedral Falls

Today’s hike was a quick trip to an area on the north edge of the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. I’ve been there a couple other times in the last year, and it’s...

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Point Defiance Park

Sunday I decided I just needed to wander a bit… but didn’t have the opportunity to go far from home. Fortunately, I didn’t need to… right in Tacoma is Point Defiance Park. It’s a nice park that juts out in...

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Carbon River Rd to Green Lake

Saturday we did a trail that I’ve done a portion of… and only did a portion of what I did before. Last year I trekked the Carbon River Road to Ipsut Creek Campground. That’s about a 10 or so mile...

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Goat Creek Trail & Cathedral Falls

November 11, 2017 – Goat Creek and Cathedral Falls is one I’ve been to a couple times now, and there are some more trails near here I still want to check out. Today a group of us did about 7miles...

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Rock Candy Trail – Capitol State Forest

Capitol State Forest is a working forest and outdoor recreational area just outside Olympia… and someplace I have been many times because it has a lot of different trails and because it is so close and easy to get to....

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Franklin Falls

Franklin Falls is a very popular destination in the Snoqualmie Pass area. It’s smack-dab in the middle of I-90 in fact, in an area created by a split between the east and west bound lanes. In the summer, it’s a short...