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Great walk along the Similkameen River

Love this hike along the river. The upper part of the trail offers great views of the river, and... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2015
rbraman
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Washington State
An easy way to soak up local scenery & history

This excellent trail is easy, being mostly level. Informational markers on the trail add history to... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2014
Linscottage
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Seattle, Washington
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2 Jan 2015
“Great walk along the Similkameen River”
17 Sep 2014
“An easy way to soak up local scenery & history”
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Oroville, WA
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Reviewed 3 January 2015

Love this hike along the river. The upper part of the trail offers great views of the river, and ultimately the old Enloe Dam and falls. Watch out for the occasional rattlesnake in the warm times of the year.

2  Thank rbraman
Reviewed 18 September 2014

This excellent trail is easy, being mostly level. Informational markers on the trail add history to the fine scenery. A favorite with the local joggers, this trail is worth your time. DO be on the lookout for snakes, though!

2  Thank Linscottage
Reviewed 7 September 2014

If you want to hike this one, do it with plenty of drinking water. Not too difficult, and is adjacent to a beautiful river though strange and beautiful mountains. Very long, but camping spots on the river along the way. I hear the fishing is...More

1  Thank D M
Reviewed 12 February 2014

Awesome place to go to. The whole area is very impressive. Oroville is a small town but is very nice.

1  Thank Elise S
Reviewed 21 November 2012

it is been quite a few years ago since I hiked part of the trail, just a relaxing experience, enjoying the calm of nature with each step, hopefully will do it again soon.

1  Thank Hermann T
Reviewed 8 November 2012

Part of the Pacific Northwest Rail System which starts in the Olympic Peninsula and ends in the mountains in Montana at this time. Oroville, WA, is the only city, so far, on the trail.

1  Thank WA-OK-5
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