Willapa Hills Trail

One of five long-distance routes managed by Washington State Parks, this trail is a key part of the cross-state trail network. It's 56 miles long, 757 acres, and runs east and west between Chehalis in Lewis County and South Bend in Pacific County. The surface varies from asphalt to compact gravel. Enjoy scenic views of the Willapa Valley, its many farms, small towns and rivers, while traveling along the former Northern Railroad line.

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Willapa Hills Trail: Chehalis to Adna

10.4 miles round trip, 50 feet of elevation gain

Start at the trail's east end in Chehalis and travel 5.2 miles with minimal elevation change to its trailhead in Adna. It features farmlands and forests.

  • Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
  • Length: 10.4 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 50 ft
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  • see Land Manager
Activities

Upcoming Activities

Day Hike - Willapa Hills Trail: Chehalis to Adna

Day Hiking Trip
Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
Sun, Nov 1, 2020
No Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
4 participants
Registration closes Oct 28
Everett Branch
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  • Willapa Hills State Park Trail
  • Willapa Hills Trail: Chehalis to Adna
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