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Cowiche Canyon Trail, Yakima

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  • Really nice easy walk. Beautiful in the Spring with everything in bloom. Trail is easy to follow and goes through areas where wildlife can normally be seen. Would go again if in the area.  more »
  • We visited Cowiche Canyon Trail and took the East Uplands Trail for a nice morning hike - about 2 hours round trip. The trail begins up on the highlands/ridge, goes through a little valley, then down ...  more »
  • The trails are not well marked so I'd recommend researching prior. We ended up parking at a different lot than we wanted to. But the walk is nice and easy. Once you get up on he hillls you get a beaut...  more »
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  • A local treasure. Nature at it's best. Some parts are an old railroad right-of-way. Some parts are easy, others are more difficult. Several places to begin and end.
  • Great place to get into nature! Anyone would enjoy it.
  • This is the best place to snow shoe. Beautiful trail
  • Awesome hiking, many route options, not too crowded. Beautiful Canyon, the Gem of Yakima.
  • This place once had a railway transverse through it, now it's a pathway which can be used by hikers, horses, and bicyclists. There is the main canyon trail that meanders through it along the creek and the uplands that loop and crisscross one another. The lower/canyon trail is more popular and young family friendly. Bicyclists will find more of a challenge with the uplands. Bicycles and equines are limited to dry weather for tail preservation. Parking located in 3 different areas.