Breathtaking Views And Abundant Wildflowers Await You On The Coyote Wall Loop Trail In Washington

While every region of our beautiful state has fantastic hiking options, there really is something special about hiking at the Columbia River Gorge. Not only do most trails lead to sweeping views or stunning waterfalls (or sometimes both), but in the late spring and early summer, they’re often brimming with wildflowers.

If you’re up for a bit of a challenge, the Coyote Wall Loop Trail is definitely worth the climb.

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This area does have some poison oak, so that’s definitely something to make note of. But as long as you’re aware of what it looks like and you dress appropriately and keep an eye out, this is still a wonderful hike.

Address: Old Hwy 8, White Salmon, WA 98672, USA