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Klickitat Trail

Seasonal Walk

SN: 115664 - 2020 / Y0139

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when is the event

The event is closed

Starting Wed, Apr 1st, 2020 until Oct 31st, 2020

Start times: Daily daylight hours

Hosted on the Online Start Box (OSB) only

where is the event

Lyle, Washington

WARNING: The map pin is for reference only and may not accurately indicate the start box location or the event start.

reasons to do the event

Special programs

Ice Cream Parlors

Mayflower - 400th Anniversary Walk

CC: Klickitat County


Special programs that are applicable to all events or all walks are not shown to reduce clutter.

Event comments

Restroom in laundromat next door to the start, and at the SR14 trail head, but no others along the trail. See www.klickitat-trail.org for information about the trail. Challenge information provided with directions. County: Klickitat.

conditions for the event

Rating: 1B, Distance: 7, 12km

Restrooms: Yes

Pets: Yes

Strollers: Medium

Wheelchairs: No

Event information

Daily, daylight hours. Out and back through Lyle and on the Klickitat Trail, an old Burlington Northern Railbed along the wild & scenic Klickitat River with lots of wild flowers and bird watching opportunities. The 12K walk passes through Yakama and Klickitat Indian Ceremonial and fishing grounds. No trespassing off the trail. Besides the laundromat next door to the start point there's a restroom or portable toilet at the SR14 trail head. Otherwise no restroom on the trail. First 3K of the Klickitat trail to Fisher Hill Rail Trestle bridge (7K turn around) is improved packed gravel, suitable for big wheel strollers. Paved Fisher Hill rail trestle bridge over the river has great views of the Lyle Falls and is the turn around for the 7K. Beyond the trestle the trail is unimproved but easily passable. Dogs allowed on leash only and must not be allowed off the trail. Poison Oak along the edges in some places. Sunny, so wear a hat, bring water, and use sunscreen.


how to get to the event

OSB - First register for the event

The detailed location of, and driving directions to, the event starting point are included in the event directions, downloaded from the Online Start Box (OSB). To plan your travels, please use the map on this page. The POC does not provide event directions nor accept alternate payment methods.

event sponsor

Daffodil Valley Volkssport Association (AVA-0336)

Event website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com

point of contact

Click inside the box to send an email to the POC.