Talus Rocks Loop
The Talus Rocks Loop Trail is an easy-moderate 3.9 km hike that sees heavy traffic. This trail is just a touch more challenging than most beginner trails without being too strenuous for kids or new hikers. The setting isn’t as grand as others in the area, but it’s a lovely hike if you enjoy being enveloped by the trees around you. You’ll need to have a Discover Pass for this hike.
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Route Description for Talus Rocks Loop
The hike on Talus Rocks Loop is a good choice for new adventurers and less experienced hikers thanks to its modest distance and elevation gain. With just enough to break a sweat but not enough to challenge most kids or beginners, it’s a great choice for families. The views aren’t as expansive as some others nearby, but if you enjoy hiking in the trees, this is the one for you.
Begin from the trailhead. You can do this loop either way. You’ll walk on the obvious path as it meanders through the dense trees, which are often singing with birds. The loop heads roughly south before rising back up towards the trailhead. There are a couple of junctions, but you’ll just want to stay on the inside of the loop through all of them- unless you’d like to explore further!
Getting to the Talus Rocks Loop Trailhead
The trailhead for the Talus Rocks Loop is on Puget Power Road off I-90.
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