Must Do Hikes in the Pacific Northwest

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There are some excellent places for hiking in the US. However, the Pacific Northwest is undoubtedly the best region for such an outdoor activity. The nature in these states is just mesmerizing. From waterfalls to thick woods, this region is the best place for the nature lovers. Do you want to visit the Pacific Northwest? Here are some places you can visit.

Toketee Falls

The Umpqua National Forest is the place you don’t want to miss. The Toketee Falls is just breathtaking. We are sure you have seen the falls on the Internet and you have fallen in love with this wonder. However, coming to the actual place will be unforgettable experience. This is a perfect place for families, especially kids.

Carroll Rim Trail

The Pacific Northwest does not offer forests only. The Carroll Rim Trail in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon is one of the driest places in the region. But the place is equally amazing. By visiting the Carroll Rim Trail you will see the best sunsets ever, as well as the mesmerizing view of the Painted Hills. It takes some 1.6 miles of driving, so be sure not to miss this place.

Colchuck Lake

Washington is well-known for its high mountains, thick woods and crystal clear water bodies. The Colchuck Lake is the ‘heaven on the Earth’. The crystal clear water of the lake is surrounded by tall trees and high mountains which make this place adorable. The hiking to and around the lake is an experience that’s worth trying.

Nisqually Vista Loop Trail

Another incredible place in Washington. Mount Rainier is another hiking trail that’s accessible to everyone, no matter the age. The fascinating mountains provide an experience that is unforgettable. The stunning views of the mountains cannot be described with any words, it has to be experienced. Therefore, the next time you are in Washington, don’t skip this hiking trail.

Rattlesnake Ledge

If you are on the way to Seattle, take a break and see the Rattlesnake Ledge. This hike is classified as moderate to hard, but definitely worth trying. The elevation of the trail is some 1160 feet. The clear air and the amazing mountain views are simply stunning. You will definitely want to go back there one day!

Oneonta Gorge

Oneonta Gorge is probably one of the most beautiful places in Oregon. This place provides hiking in shallow water while enjoying the incredible view of rocks covered with moss. It is recommended that this place should be visited in summer, since in this period the water level is the lowest. Walking in shallow cold water definitely pays off once you reach the Oneonta Falls. That’s the place that will leave you speechless.

Mount Storm King

The last place on the list is probably the best. The Mount Storm King in Washington is one of the most visited places in the state. The incredible views of the mountains and the water is provide a wonderful show for the nature lovers. The trail has an elevation of 2,300 feet, which means you have to come prepared. The difficult hiking is worth once you see the surrounding. It’s stunning!

Keep this list in mind. Once you decide to see this region you don’t want to miss these geographical features. We are sure you will regret not enjoying the wonders of the nature and the beauty of our country.