Washington has what seems like an unlimited number of hikes making it hard to determine where to go. That’s when turning to the internet can be your best friend. Especially with websites like AllTrails. So if you’re ready to hit the outdoors, we’ve lined up their list of the best Washington hikes for you to check out.

If you’re unfamiliar with AllTrails it’s a website dedicated to helping you find the best trails in your area. They have over 3,500 hikes reviewed in Washington from people just like you. You’ll find “hiking trails, mountain biking routes, backpacking trips, and more.”

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So what are Washington’s top hikes? We’ve listed them below.

  1. Rattlesnake Ledge Trail
  2. Skyline Trail Loop
  3. Lake 22 Trail
  4. Snow Lake Trail
  5. Colchuck Lake via Stuart Lake and Colchuck Lake Trail
  6. Mount Si Trail
  7. Mount Storm King
  8. Twin Falls Trail
  9. Wallace Falls via Woody Trail
  10. Bridal Veil Falls and Lunch Rock via Lake Serene Trail

Rattlesnake Ledge as number one is no surprise. The trail is close to Seattle as it’s located in North Bend, it’s an 8.5-km out-and-back trail and is considered moderately challenging according to AllTrails. It’s also even dog friendly although your dog must be kept on a leash.

The rest of the trails in the top ten are considered moderate to hard. So it looks like it’s time to get out there and challenge yourself this fall. If you’d like to see all of Washington’s recorded trails ranked you can do so at AllTrails.