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Beautiful, level walking trail along the Columbia River

Couldn't ask for a better easy walking experience. You stick close to the Columbia, passing along... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2017
culturevulture94
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Clinton, Washington
Dog walk

We really liked this walk we took multiple trails with our two boys and dogs . There are alot of... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
J E
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Keizer, Oregon
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Sep 25, 2017
“Beautiful, level walking trail along the Columbia River”
Jun 11, 2017
“Dog walk”
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

Couldn't ask for a better easy walking experience. You stick close to the Columbia, passing along its level, tree-lined southern shore. Bring binoculars to view the extensive birdlife around Bateman Island and enjoy a nice sit-down on one of the nicely spaced benches provided. The...More

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Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

We really liked this walk we took multiple trails with our two boys and dogs . There are alot of little markers along the way with cool facts and historical info. I found two mulberry trees and introduced my boys to these delicious treats along...More

Thank J E
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Encompassing a nearly 30-mile loop along the Columbia River, the Sacagawea Heritage Trail is a mostly-level path affording beautiful river views and other scenery. While riding our bicycles along the path, we passed several local parks, enjoyed beautiful views of bridges across the Columbia and...More

Thank CMN14
Reviewed 15 September 2016

This is a very nice trail that you can start on (or stop) in several places, so it's not like you're stuck for the whole hike once you start. I've never walked the whole trails, mostly just parts of it along the river in the...More

1  Thank GeenaG4me
Reviewed 22 August 2016

I have used the Sacagawea Heritage Trail for hiking merit badge for Scouts. Scouts can do ten mile hikes (Lampson boat pits to Lee Boulevard) or a 20 mile loop by starting anywhere, going to the down-stream side of the Cable bridge and up to...More

Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 20 July 2016

This is a great walking trail. We did about 8 miles of it and it was filled with good views. It has it's "shaky parts" but takes you right to the marina (there's also a bathroom there). I enjoy doing this trail because I feel...More

Thank JoyiaT86
Reviewed 30 May 2016

This is a lovely paved trail that is very well maintained and takes you through a variety of different areas - some really pretty some not as nice, depending on where you start. I started at Mile 1 just outside of Sacagawea State Park and...More

Thank Deanne A
Reviewed 21 April 2016

The museum makes the Lewis and Clark journey come alive. Wonderful exhibits. The area is beautiful with the rivers merging in front of your eyes.

Thank Mallorykate
Reviewed 11 December 2015 via mobile

This trail is great. So far I've hiked on the Pasco,WA side and a little in Richland,WA. It is paved and clearly marked. There are some rest rooms along the way but they seem to be closed during the winter. Lots of scenic things to...More

Thank ChurchClown
Reviewed 28 July 2015

Well maintained walking/bike path along the cool river some parts are shady(cooler) some are out in the sun(elements)...Great for bike group rides or for a rambling stroll after dinner meal...

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