Spring hiking season is here! The snow is finally melting, the waterfalls are raging, and many trails are blooming with gorgeous wildflowers. Nonetheless, springtime hiking can be a little tricky. Even though it may be sunny in city, there’s still a lot of snow in the mountains and some trailheads remain inaccessible. Every year, the timeline for each hike’s accessibility is a little different but most of the trails below are usually open from early March or late April. The weather has been extra lovely this year so if you’re looking for a hike to do this weekend, you’ve come to the right place. If you need help planning your hike, check out my blog post with tips for finding and planning a hike. And now, enjoy my list of best spring hikes in Washington!

Sauer’s Mountain

Domeire Divide

Heybrook Lookout

Sage Hills

Mount Storm King

Dirty Harry’s Balcony

Dog Mountain

Oyster Dome

Lake 22

Cape Disappointment

Ancient Lakes

Heather Lake

Barclay Lake

Enjoy these beautiful trails and let me know what you think in the comments!