Most reviewed Geologic Formations in Washington

  1. 4.5 Cattle Point (259 reviews)
    - Great beach!
    Geologic Formations
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    Rocky promontory on San Juan Island that offers a dramatic view of the whales and wildlife of Puget Sound. See more..
  2. 4.5 Icicle Gorge (241 reviews)
    - Excellent hike with great views of the creek
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    My family hiked the Icicle Gorge Loop Trail. There's actually two different trails starting at the trailhead, the river trail and the view trail. We took the river trail which is 4 miles in length and a relatively easy hike. This trail follows along the Icicle Creek which is a wide and fast moving creek. It was a very beautiful hike with lots of great photo opportunities. You walk across several bridges one of which is a single log bridge (pretty cool!). The hiking trail is very well developed and safe for kids and dogs. There is a $5 fee to park your car at the trailhead parking lot, but you can also use a Northwest Pass and a few other passes instead (not the Discovery Pass). See more..
  3. 4.5 Big Four Ice Caves (105 reviews)
    - Almost nice!
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    I called it "almost nice" because the bridge is removed and you can't get the last couple hundred feet. But even so the hike to the bridge was really nice. If you're there in the winter it takes about one hour to get from the parking area where they shut the road down to the parking area where the trail starts (snow shoes would be helpful). See more..
  4. 5.0 Beacon Rock (103 reviews)
    - Great hike
    Historic Walking Areas • Geologic Formations
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    A mile-long walking trail takes you to the peak of this 800-foot geological structure formed from an ancient volcano, and rewards you with a spectacular view of the Columbia River Gorge. See more..

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