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Hikes and trails in lands that Conservation Northwest works to protect
Take a hike Coast to Rockies
See where we work. Explore the landscapes Conservation Northwest works to protect in the greater Northwest.
Wilderness safety
Disclaimer page for Conservation Northwest's featured hikes
Battle Brook in the Incomappleux Valley
Battle Brook in the Incomappleux Valley: Harbors 1,200 year-old rainforest trees slated for logging
Hall Mountain-Grassy Top
Hall Mountain-Grassy Top is a classic hike in the Columbia Highlands
Damfino Lakes to Excelsior Pass
Damfino Lakes to Excelsior Pass: Prime wildlife habitat opens to big vista ridge rambling
Tinkham Peak
Tinkham Peak: Alpine lakes followed by checkerboard land views, accompanied by the piping of frogs
Sawtooth Berry Fields
Sawtooth Berry Fields: Old-growth forest between Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams that Conservation Northwest protected in 2003
Dosewallips River Trail
Dosewallips River to Bear Camp: Old-growth forests lead to alpine meadows high above Hood Canal
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