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We live only 30 mins from Beacon rock state park, it is a very beautiful part of the Columbia River gorge.
Hiking to the top of Beacon rock is the main feature of this park, the hike is 1.8 miles round trip and it's a...More
This is the best for outdoors people to experience nature at its best. Hiking rock climbing boating golfing biking.there is north bonneville dam to see Stevenson cascade locks the sternwheeler and the skamania lodge Carson hot springs to everything and more best of the best...More
Yes, a mid 60's couple finished the climb successfully and joyfully on this, a most beautiful autumn day, Sept. 24. The beginning of the trail is fool's gold.... easy peasy. After that, it's a steady climb that feature bridges over the trail, 52 switchbacks, and...More
We climbed Beacon Rock yesterday and really enjoyed the hike. The trail winds up the rock with a lot of switchbacks (52) climbing almost 600 feet up to a point 848 ft above sea level. There are only a few stairs so the trail is...More
Easy access to the park along Washington State Highway 14. Parking requires a daily discover pass ($10) but can purchase there. The hike is quite vertical but not too strenuous. Our party consisted of two 40 something adults, a 6 year-old, 9 year-old, and two...More
Came here after completing the Hamilton Mountain trail...across the street. This is a 0.9 mile (each way) quickly hike up the stump of a rock. lol. The elevation gain is about 600 ft ish. The "trail" is essentially a concrete sidewalk all the way up....More
This is a great little state park. Perhaps 30 sites good for tents and small campers. Nice clean restrooms with showers. There are excellent hiking trails originating at the park. Water is available but there are no plug in for campers.
We went in January and were able to park at the trail section. The entrance for the state park was closed and pretty covered in snow. Where we parked, there was a box were you could purchase the pass ($10) and place on the car's...More
If you don't have much time to spend at the park, we found hiking the Hamilton Mountain trail up 1.25 miles to Rodney Falls, Hardy Falls, and Pool of the Winds (all quite close together) to be worth the 75 min it took us to...More