Welcome to Eyehike.com

Search   in  

 Create an AccountHike Locator | Eyehike Blog | My Cycling Blog | 2Heeldrive Blog | My Flickr Photos | Your Account | Content | Topics | Top 30  

Eyehike Menu
· Home
· Downloads
· FAQ
· Gallery
· gps
· hike_locator
· Mt. Adams
· Mt. Hood
· Mt. Rainier
· Reviews
· Search
· Stories_Archive
· Top 30
· webcams
· Web_Links
· wonderland

Catagories
· All Categories
· Backpacking Trips
· Cycling
· Dayhikes
· Gear
· General Information
· Health & Well Being
· Home Cooking
· Map & Compass
· Metro Area Hikes
· Rainier History
· Snowshoe Destination
· The Cascades
· Trail Facts
· Trail Recipes

Sections Articles
There isn't content right now for this block.

  
 Moulton Falls, WA 
Here is the start of the trail at the Hantwick Road trailhead. This trail is open for horse,hikers,and mountain bikers. It is also suitable for strollers.
Here is the start of the trail at the Hantwick Road trailhead. This trail is open for horse,hikers,and mountain bikers. It is also suitable for strollers.
Viewed: 1216 times.

Near the Hantwick Road Trailhead on the Moulton Falls Trail is a sign and trail map.
Near the Hantwick Road Trailhead on the Moulton Falls Trail is a sign and trail map.
Viewed: 1210 times.

Close up view of the trail map near the Hantwick Road Trailhead on the Moulton Falls Trail.
Close up view of the trail map near the Hantwick Road Trailhead on the Moulton Falls Trail.
Viewed: 1121 times.

The Moulton Falls Trail bridges this nice stream near the Hantwick Road trailhead.
The Moulton Falls Trail bridges this nice stream near the Hantwick Road trailhead.
Viewed: 957 times.

Candy flower (Latin name: Montia sibirica) in bloom along the Moulton Falls Trail. The plant is about 12 inches tall and most stems have a pair of leaves with small white flowers. The plant looks a little like Miner's Lettuce because it is a relative.
Candy flower (Latin name: Montia sibirica) in bloom along the Moulton Falls Trail. The plant is about 12 inches tall and most stems have a pair of leaves with small white flowers. The plant looks a little like Miner's Lettuce because it is a relative.
Viewed: 917 times.

About 1/2 mile from the Hantwick Road Trailhead is a pond about 2 acres in size surrounded by trees. The trail passes by on the south side of the pond.
About 1/2 mile from the Hantwick Road Trailhead is a pond about 2 acres in size surrounded by trees. The trail passes by on the south side of the pond.
Viewed: 968 times.

There is about a 10 foot waterfall next to the Moulton Falls Trail.
There is about a 10 foot waterfall next to the Moulton Falls Trail.
Viewed: 879 times.

The East Fork of the Lewis River parallels the Moulton Falls Trail.
The East Fork of the Lewis River parallels the Moulton Falls Trail.
Viewed: 964 times.

The Moulton Falls Trail crosses over the East Fork of the Lewis River about .1 mile east of Moulton Falls.
The Moulton Falls Trail crosses over the East Fork of the Lewis River about .1 mile east of Moulton Falls.
Viewed: 869 times.

The Moulton Falls Trail crosses the East Fork of the Lewis River on a wood arch bridge.
The Moulton Falls Trail crosses the East Fork of the Lewis River on a wood arch bridge.
Viewed: 998 times.

Moulton Falls cascades 11 feet on the East Fork of the Lewis River.
Moulton Falls cascades 11 feet on the East Fork of the Lewis River.
Viewed: 911 times.

Some of the Garter snakes on this trail freeze when you approach them so they look like a stick and you will walk right over them unless you're paying attention.
Some of the Garter snakes on this trail freeze when you approach them so they look like a stick and you will walk right over them unless you're paying attention.
Viewed: 1020 times.

A closeup of a Garter snake on the trail which has become immobile.
A closeup of a Garter snake on the trail which has become immobile.
Viewed: 1062 times.

Salmonberries grow along portions of the Moulton Falls Tail and they ripen in early July. They have a fairly bland taste.
Salmonberries grow along portions of the Moulton Falls Tail and they ripen in early July. They have a fairly bland taste.
Viewed: 1152 times.

Powered by Gallery v1 RSS
I welcome you to my site, and hope you will find it useful.

many have contributed to its content, and to all of you a big thank you!.

Stop by my blogs as well for even more information related to hiking, fitness, and stuff...

http://www.2heeldrive.com
or
http://www.eyehike.com/blog

Happy trails! HikingDrew


Web site engine's code is Copyright © 2003 by PHP-Nuke. All Rights Reserved. PHP-Nuke is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL license.
Page Generation: 0.54 Seconds