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Dishman Hills Loop

Intermediate
 3.0 (1) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

This hike will show you most of what the dishman hills has to offer.


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2.6

Miles

4.2

KM

92%

Runnable

2,228' 679 m

High

1,995' 608 m

Low

335' 102 m

Up

335' 102 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Lake · Views · Wildlife

Overview

The trail loop is not difficult, but the location has a number of social trails near the trailhead as well as trash. As you hike deeper you'll start to leave the social trails and trash that gets thrown on the trail. Please be respectful of the area and pick up any trash that you do see.

Need to Know

There was no fee for parking and their is a bathroom at the trailhead.

Description

This hike is a great day hike for anyone who is looking to see what the Dishman Hills has to offer. You can take your dog and family on the trail without much issue. As you leave the parking lot and trailhead you'll start to get away from the sections the have seen the most abuse on the trail. Overall it is a nice local hike.

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Shared By:

Benjamin Youngblood

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Hiking is better with friends on the Pond Loop Trail.
Dec 14, 2015 near Dishman, WA
Arrowroot is prolific in Dishman Hills in June/July!
Nov 10, 2015 near Dishman, WA
Early summer arrowroot proliferation can be found on the Pond Loop Trail.
Jan 12, 2016 near Dishman, WA
While the best views are atop Nimbus Knob and Eagle Peak in the Dishman Hills, there are beautiful views available from other spots on the trail as well.
Nov 10, 2015 near Dishman, WA
The East/West Pond area is primarily a "pond" during spring and early summer. It typically drys out in mid-late summer. Lots of aquatic wildlife make this a fun place for kids!
Nov 10, 2015 near Dishman, WA
Spring is wildflower season in the Dishman Hills! Grass widows are very common throughout the area.
Nov 10, 2015 near Dishman, WA

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