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Explore this wildflower rich six-mile trail. If it feels too difficult, there are many side trails to wander through.
The waters of Falls Creek drop nearly 90 feet from a cliff into a small plunge pool near the trail below. Stairs to the right of the falls allow views of the upper segment.
Located in the foothills of the Cascades, Mayfield is a 2,200 acre reservoir formed by the damming of the Cowlitz River.
Nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, 277 acre Mineral Lake offers relaxation and some of the best trout fishing in all of Washington.
The spectacular landforms of the Columbia Plateau reflect some of the most dramatic geological history on Earth.
The center depicts the regeneration of the forests surrounding Mount St. Helens. Breathtaking photographs and life-size models of loggers working in the blast zone bring the experience to life.
The Silver Lake Visitor Center is a world-class facility located on the western shore of Silver Lake, with its high ceilings and massive windows the outdoors become a part of the architecture.
Although technically not in Washington state, Multnomah Falls is a must-see. Walk across the footbridge that overlooks the lower falls or take a trail to the top of the upper falls and take in the splendor of the Gorge.
Come explore the Mount St. Helens landscape with us! We have field seminars, inspiring hikes, guided climbs, evening lectures, and other events aimed at deepening your understanding of the Pacific Northwest’s volcanic landscape.