Hiking Near Enumclaw

Nolte State Park | Deep Lake | © Karen Deti

Nearby Hikes and Trails
(Courtesy of “All Trails”)

© Mitchel Jones

Nearby Dog-Friendly Hikes
(Courtesy of “Bring Fido”)

Pinnacle Peak Loop Trail | © Patti Martin

Mount Peak (Pinnacle Peak)
(Via Washington Trails Association)

Green River Natural Area | © Greg Widdicombe

Green River Natural Area
(Via Washington Trails Association)

Flaming Geyser State Park | © Travis Brisbin

Flaming Geyser State Park
(Via Washington Trails Association)

© Ben Tobin

Hikes along HWY 410 | Chinook Pass Byway
(Via Washington Trails Association)

What Passes Do I need?

The Washington Trails Association offers a guide with helpful information regarding the various kinds of passes and permits which may be required. Learn more here.

In-person U.S. Forest Service Pass retailers:

Name Address Phone
Enumclaw Ski and Mountain 240 Roosevelt E.
Enumclaw, WA 98022
(360) 825-6910
Greenwater General Store 58120 SR 410
Enumclaw, WA 98022
(360) 663-2357
* USDA FS-Snoqualmie Ranger District (Enumclaw Office) 450 Roosevelt Ave. E.
Enumclaw, WA 98055
(360) 825-6585


GuestHouse Inn

The GuestHouse Inn is a premier destination for comfort and convenience, offering a level of service unrivaled by other Enumclaw, WA hotels. Centrally located in a downtown area, our property offers convenience at its best with an onsite banquet facility, restaurant and lounge

Rodeway Inn

Experience all that is Enumclaw at Rodeway Inn, the hotel of choice when exploring this exciting area. You’ll awaken to stunning mountain views each morning, we’re surrounded by an amazing selection of local attractions, and you’ll find shops, restaurants and entertainment nearby.

City of Enumclaw RV Park at the Enumclaw Expo Center

The Expo Center RV Park is located at the Enumclaw Expo Center with easy access to State Highway 410 and the Chinook Scenic Byway. The RV Park offers 28 year-round paved sites.

For reservations, please call 360-226-3493.


Mt. Peak Bed and Breakfast is a privately owned home on a 6 acre working farm, located on the northern plateau of Mt. Rainier. We currently have two guest rooms available for booking, and a rustic tree house in the back yard. We are an environmentally friendly farm where you can learn about poultry raising, soap-making, canning and food preservation, and eat great farm food!