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Kachess Lake

Kachess Lake

This trail changes with the seasons, offering something different each time you visit. A summer hike to Kachess Lake is short and accessible for first timers. The gentle, flat trail allows kids of all ages to wonder at nature along this loop. Stream trickle into the lake and bridge along time for nature study before continuing the loop.

by June 13, 2012 0 comments Trail of the Week

Lake Constance, Olympic National Park

Lake Constance is deep and provides life to many brook trout. I made the mistake of not packing my fishing rod, but next time there will be a fish fry for dinner. The avalanche canyon starts just behind the lake. Hiking up the canyon brings amazing views of Mt Constance’s and Lower Constance’s crags.

by February 8, 2012 0 comments Trail of the Week, Trails
Pratt Lake Trail to Rainbow and Island Lake

Pratt Lake Trail to Rainbow and Island Lake

The Pratt Lake Trail winds around the base of several mountains, gradually gaining altitude as leads towards Talpus Lake. The trail passes through several trickling waterfalls, offering hikers scenic views of still forests brimming with huckleberries and a colorful spectrum of autumn foliage.

by January 12, 2012 0 comments Trail of the Week
Pratt Lake Trail

Pratt Lake Trail

While Pratt Lake can be a bustling destination in the summer season, the autumn months offer a relief from the rowdy crowds, making it a great time for an overnight trip. Even on a weekend, it is possible to have the whole lake to yourself if you set out in the cooler fall season. Even the mosquitoes are vacationing elsewhere.

by October 25, 2011 0 comments Trail of the Week
Barclay Lake

Barclay Lake

Nestled between Merchant Peak and the breathtaking face of Baring Mountain, this trail offers weekend hikers a chance to view the scenic alpine lake without facing strenuous elevation gain.

by August 30, 2011 0 comments Trail of the Week