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Miles: 7 miles roundtrip
Elevation: 650 feet gained
Granite Falls area
This trail was established in the 90's, but has a history as long as the community that is all around it. The early 1900's brought a lot of people to the upper Stiliguamish River. Lime Kilns converted limestone to lime. The lime was transported on the railroad across the river to Everett and used to help melt ore. This trail is very easy for ages 4 or 5 and above. It does drop in elevation, so the only uphill is on the way back to your car. Bonus for the kids on this hike are the remnants of the kiln and the Stiliguamish River. Kids love water!!