The Creepiest Hike In Washington Takes You Through The Ruins Of A Lime Kiln

There is something creepy about wandering past the remnants of a community that has been long since abandoned. What is even creepier is when the ruins of that community are now covered in moss and lichen and surrounded by a persistent mist. If this eerie scene sounds appealing to you, you will want to check out the Lime Kiln Trail in Granite Falls, Washington. Almost 100 years ago, the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad passed through this area, which was then known as the community of Cutoff Junction. It was also the site of a former logging railroad spur and where limestone was converted to lime in huge kilns. Ruins of these abandoned trades and communities remain, so head over to the Lime Kiln Trail to check them out.

Are you up for checking out this creepy, but beautiful hike? Learn more about Lime Kiln Trail then plan your next visit!

Address: Lime Kiln Trailhead, Lime Kiln Trail, Granite Falls, WA 98252, USA