Northwest Hiking Trails

Mima Falls, Capitol State Forest

Trip report by Jason R. Thein

Mima Falls is a really good trail for a family oriented hike with smaller children. It's about a 5 mile round trip with minimal elevation gain and plenty of water and mountain views.

This is a multiple use trail so be on the lookout for hikers and horseback riders. It is a well maintained trail with plenty of singletrack.

The falls are not as large as most you will see around the pacific northwest. Happy trails and peace, hippiehiker.

Getting there: From seattle take I-5 south to exit 95 (Maytown/Littlerock). Follow the road thru Littlerock until you reach Mima/Waddell Creek Road. Take a left, go approximately 1.5 miles to Bordeaux Road. Take a right go about 1 mile (you will see signs). Take a right onto Mima Rd and follow it into the campground. Go to the top of the campground and you will see the trailhead it's marked greenline #6.

Note: This is backcountry wilderness travel. Any trail can become very dangerous in winter conditions. You are responsible for informing yourself of the hazards and taking the necessary precautions. Please read Terms of Use.

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