Feature Show Falls a beautiful waterfall with 2 runs that fall down into the Stillaguamish River. Found in the North Cascades within Snohomish County, WA, this easy and quick trail is loved by many.
Explorer Falls, also known as Wheeler Falls, is an easy hike up a gravel road that borders the Lake Chaplain Watershed. From the trailhead to the base of the falls is a little over a mile, but is an easy walk for kids and families.
Lord Hill Regional Park is over six miles of designated trails. Trails can be used for hiking, mountain biking, or even horseback. We love this […read more]
This trail is an uphill climb to the awesome Heybrook Lookout, one of only 106 lookouts left in Washington State. Length: 2.6 miles roundtrip Gain: […read more]
The Old Robe Canyon is a great trail with an interesting history and gorgeous views of the Stillaguamish river. Length: 2.4 miles roundtrip Gain: 350 […read more]
Franklin Falls is a well loved trail, and now I know why. This is a must-do hike. Found inside Snoqualmie Pass, next to the Denny […read more]
Paradise Valley Conservation Area (PVCA) is 793 acres of conservation area that is just waiting for you to explore. PVCA features nearly 13 miles of […read more]
Located in Lynnwood, WA, try Meadowdale Beach Trail! It’s free, in town, under 3 miles with beach access at the end. Can’t get much better than that!
Lava Flow Trail in Snow Canyon State Park is a trail that the tweens will love and younger kids can do on their own. This trail brings you to lava tubes and caves! At the end, climb a sandstone mountain to enjoy an overlook of the park.
Johnson Canyon (aka Johnson Arch) is an easy 2.5 miles trail just outside Snow Canyon State Park. Fee-free with canyons, arches, water and more!