Lava Canyon Trailhead
- Address: Cougar, WA 98616, USA, United States
- Tags: Hiking Trail, Adventure
The Lava Canyon Trail is a 5.9-mile long hiking trail that offers spectacular views of a 125-foot suspension bridge, the canyon, and the waterfall. Lava Canyon Trailhead is divided into 3 different sections. As you reach the suspension bridge, you will be able to enjoy the picturesque views of the canyon below. Soon, you will come across a series of waterfalls and a forest filled with old-grown trees.
Lava Canyon Trailhead Reviews & Ratings
Its very nice but short. Plan to do more in the area than this. I did ape canyon trail and this and it was a great day
My favorite hike ever, beautiful, can be challenging at some points. Just be prepared and stay safe
This place is gorgeous. There is a waterfall you can view from a few points. When i went the main bridge was closed but you could still hike down to it on either side. It is paved down most of the way so it is wheelchair accessible. This area is only open part of the year, not winter months but right now definitely is.
Yes yes yes!!! Beautiful, quiet, amazing! The water is blue, the rocks are green, the history is spectacular. Enjoy!
sadly the suspension bridge was closed, but we went down lava canyon and it was such a breath taker. it was so beautiful, but a hard hike. it was my first real hike, and we didn't mean to take an advanced hike, but im so happy this is the trail we went on. I would be more then happy to do it again. I highly recommend you dont take your little ones, for there is a very long latter to go down, and very steep cliffs you would more likely not survive if you fell. as well as some spots were a bit slippery so be careful. the view was amazing. we went down off the trail were we were able to get next to one of the streams. the spot we were at was pretty near the end. it was a really good little chill spot. we ate snacks, dipped our feet in the water, stacked some rocks. even though this was the first hike, It was just outstanding. it was pretty hard for we had to climb up so many rocks it felt like we were rock climbing instead. What an amazing hike. Lots of love from Idaho.