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Douglas Falls Grange Park - Nature Loop Trail

Eastern Washington > Selkirk Range
48.6149, -117.9001 Map & Directions
1.5 miles, roundtrip
Waterfall at Douglas Falls Grange Park. Photo by Holly Weiler. Full-size image
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Hiking Douglas Falls Grange Park - Nature Loop Trail

The Douglas Falls Grange Park makes for a nice roadside stopoff, if you want to get a little exercise and do the Nature Loop.

Cross on the bridge above the creek that goes to the picnic area. Look for the Nature Loop Trail sign. The trail has several large trees down across it, including two big trees that uprooted next to the trail and took out a portion of the tread.

This is where the loop begins to climb back to its starting point, and a spur continues near the creekside. It's deceiving, but don't follow the spur trail; it soon becomes narrow and arrives at a barbed wire fence, the edge of public property. If you hike the loop counter-clockwise and come to what looks like an unmarked intersection, this is the point where the true loop starts climbing. Stay left here.

There is a suspended footbridge over the creek along the loop. It's not close enough to the waterfall to see it from the bridge, but if hiking clockwise, just cross the bridge and turn right to hike double back for the view.

Hike Description Written by
Holly Weiler, WTA Correspondent

Douglas Falls Grange Park - Nature Loop Trail

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Co-ordinates: 48.6149, -117.9001 Open in Google Maps

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Getting There

From Colville, begin at the junction of Higway 20 and Highway 395. Go east on 20 for 1.1 miles to Aladdin Road. Go north on Aladdin for two miles to Douglas Falls Road, then go left on Douglas Falls Road for 3 miles and turn left to site.

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Eastern Washington > Selkirk Range

Washington State Department of Natural Resources

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