Total Trails Found: 8
|Trail Name||Length||Max Ele||Region|
|Clear Fork Loop||29 mi||3300'||South Washington Cascades|
|Goat Lake||12.5 mi||6500'||South Washington Cascades|
|Goat Lake 2||15 mi||6600'||South Washington Cascades|
|McCall Basin||6 mi||5146'||Washington Cascades|
|Nannie Ridge/Walupt Lake||13 mi||5900'||South Washington Cascades|
|Packwood Lake||9 mi||3200'||South Washington Cascades|
|Shoe Lake||6 mi||6500'||Washington Cascades|
|Surprise Lake||13 mi||6000'||South Washington Cascades|
Located between Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier, the Goat Rocks offer spectacular alpine scenery; beautiful meadows, clear lakes, mountainous peaks, and expansive views. The Goat Rocks feel unique for this part of the Cascades; unlike the singular volcanoes, such as Rainier, Adams, and Hood, the Goat Rocks is a string of peaks along a jagged spine that is really it's own mountain range.
A number of great loop trips and trails offer access to the area, giving access to Goat Lake, Snowgrass Flat, McCall Basin, and Mt. Gilbert. While the Goat Rocks do receive a fair number of visitors, it is often quieter than other adjacent wilderness areas that are more easily accessed by the Northwest's metropolitan centers.