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WA | Hike | Lewis River Falls

Popular with mountain bikers and hikers, the 15 mile Lewis River Trail #31 remains within sight or sound of the Lewis River as you ride or hike through this valley laced with abundant side streams, springs, and waterfalls. The trail follows a gentle uphill grade through a magnificent Douglas fir, western red cedar, and big leaf maple old-growth forest.

This trail is a beautiful hike thought an amazing old growth forest with a variety of conditions which is often wet so be prepared. I love this area in general and it's a bit of a drive to get to, it's well worth it.

14 miles point to point with 1,527 elevation gain and 899 loss. Can be an out and back with a turn around point that can be determined.

Nearest City: Portland, Oregon
Maximum Participants: 6
Seasonal Availability:
Dry-Season Only
Winter Only
Year-Round
Very Limited
State: Washington
Start Time: 9am
Meet-up Location: Battle Ground Fred Meyer or Cougar, WA
Difficulty:
Easy
Intermediate
Hard
Extreme
Duration:
1-2 Hours
2-4 Hours
4+ Hours
Minimum age of Participants:
No Children
0-5 Years
6-12 Years
13+ Years
About Me: I grew up in Alaska playing in the mountains and outdoors hiking, fishing, backpacking, camping, and climbing. I live in the NW now and my playground is the mountains and forests of the Gifford Pinchot national forest.
Certifications I Have: Certified mountain bike instructor
Required Gear: Hiking boots or shoes, rain gear, food and water needed.
Nice-To-Have Gear: Camera, sunglasses, good attitude
Dog Friendly:
Yes
No