• Lime Kiln Trail — Washington Trails Association

    May 04, 2020· Soon, the lime kiln looms up rather abruptly on the right, a short way off the trail. It's about 20 feet tall, with considerable moss and ferns adorning the sides. The overall form of the kiln and the shape of the arch on the side first seen from the trail, combined with the very green mossy surroundings, invite comparisons to a Mayan jungle ruin.

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  • Lime Kiln Trail Washington AllTrails

    OverviewReviewsLime Kiln Trail is a 6.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Granite Falls, Washington that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
  • Lime Kiln Trailhead Snohomish County, WA Official Website

    A lime kiln still remains as a major landmark, which can be seen from the trail. We respectfully request that visitors leave these remnants intact for others that follow to enjoy. The trail was completed in 2007 by a group of volunteers living in and around Granite Falls and led by Steve Dean.

  • Lime Kiln Trail Washington AllTrails

    Follow State Route 92 east to Granite Falls. At the blinking-light four-way stop in town, turn right onto Granite Avenue. Continue south for three blocks, turning left onto Pionee

  • Lime Kiln Trail — Washington Trails Association

    December 10, 2007Why GoDirectionsLocation:Outside Granite Falls, Snohomish County Distance: 6.5 miles roundtrip to river Elevation: trailhead 700'; 160' gain on way in; 300' on way out Maps: Green Trails Map Granite Falls No. 109
  • Lime Kiln Trail Granite Falls, Washington Atlas Obscura

    Lime Kiln Trail is a tiny hidden treasure in the Cascade mountains about an hour’s drive from downtown Seattle. The trail is set far back from any main roads outside of the tiny town of Granite

  • Lime Kiln Trail — Washington Trails Association

    Dec 10, 2007· Maps: Green Trails Map Granite Falls No. 109. Why Go The Lime Kiln Trail is a lovely winter hike at low elevation, with lots of moss, fungus and railroad artifacts. The trail is carved out of the Everett & Monte Cristo railroad grade and features gurgling creeks, an historic lime kiln, twisted iron railroad railings, and a walk down to the

  • Lime Kiln Trail Washington AllTrails

    Follow State Route 92 east to Granite Falls. At the blinking-light four-way stop in town, turn right onto Granite Avenue. Continue south for three blocks, turning left onto Pionee

  • Lime Kiln Trail Hiking Trail, Granite Falls, Washington

    While Lime Kiln Trail does not contain sky blue lakes and long-distance vistas, the Robe Valley develops a sense of remoteness, almost like a private trail along the riverbed. The trail contains different varieties of flora and fauna, which is sure to intrigue every passerby.

  • Lime Kiln Trail─Hop onboard for an historic hike along the

    Apr 07, 2016· Quick Facts: Location: Stillaguamish River Valley, Granite Falls Land Agency: Snohomish County Parks Roundtrip: 7.0 miles Elevation Gain: 600 feet Contact: Snohomish County Parks Green Trails Map: Granite Falls WA- No. 109 Notes: Dogs must be on leash; park open dawn to dusk. Access: Follow SR 92 east to Granite Falls. Turn right onto Granite Ave. Continue south for three blocks,

  • Lime Kiln Trail Granite Falls, WA Outdoor Family

    The Lime Kiln Trail is found just outside Granite Falls, WA in Snohomish County. This beautiful trail is full of amazing views and a very cool (and historic) ending destination: a Lime kiln. Used on the Monte Cristo Railway, it turned lime blocks into powdered lime.

  • Lime Kiln Trail singletrack. Hiking Trail Maps

    Next Generation Hiking Trail Maps. Sign Up or Log In. Your FREE account s with all Adventure Projects sites . Connect with Facebook. OR. OR. Lime Kiln Trail 6.7 mi 10.9 Granite Falls, WA

  • Granite Falls Hiking Project Hiking Trail Maps

    Map Key Favorites Check-Ins. Previous Next. Weather Averages Lime Kiln Trail 6.7 mi 10.9 km • 485' Up 147.73 m Up • 486' Down 148.15 m Add Your Trails. 1.4 mi 2.3 km #1 Old Robe Trail. Intermediate. Granite Falls, WA Intermediate. Granite Falls, WA 10 Photos of Granite Falls 15. Hiking Project is built by hikers like you. Add Your

  • Lime Kiln Trail Washington AllTrails

    Lime Kiln Trail ist ein 6.7 Meilen langer, stark besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Granite Falls, Washington. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über

  • Lime Kiln Trail Washington AllTrails

    Lime Kiln Trail est un sentier allez-retour de 6.7 miles très fréquenté situé près de Granite Falls, État de Washington. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités et est accessible toute l'année. Les chiens sont les bienvenus sur ce sentier mais seulement en laisse.

  • Livin the Hike Life: Lime Kiln Trail

    On October 27th I took my boys out of school to hike the spooky Lime Kiln Trail in Granite Falls. We decided on this hike because it was listed on WTA's list of Haunted Hikes. The trail has great history. It follows an old railroad that used to transport silver and gold ore. The Lime Kiln was built in

  • Lime Kiln Trail, Robe Canyon Historic Trail, Washington

    Dec 31, 2011· Lime Kiln Trail is a lovely hike just outside of Granite Falls, WA. Low altitude and lack of snow, almost all year, makes this hike great all year round and perfect for kids.

  • Lime Kiln (Granite Falls) — Washington Trails Association

    Apr 22, 2006· Contact Us. Washington Trails Association 705 2nd Ave, Suite 300 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 625-1367. Get Trail News Subscribe to our free email newsletter for hiking events, news, gear reviews and more.

  • Lime Kiln Trail Blazing Trails PNW

    Apr 14, 2016· Hiked: March 19, 2016 Nearest Town: Granite Falls, WA Length: 8 miles round trip Type: Out & Back Difficulty: Easy Dogs: Leashed & Free Roam. Parts of it require a leash due to water distractions or cliffs/ledges Getting There: Google it. I will update this once I get my own copy of the hiking book we use.