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The Moulton Falls Trail follows an old logging railroad grade between Hantwick Road and the East Fork High Bridge. The trail travels along the East Fork Lewis River within a canopied corridor of alders, Douglas firs and red-cedars. The tranquil route is paved at first but transitions to gravel as you head deeper into the forest. A highlight of the trail is the East Fork High Bridge, which provides a stunning vantage point to view the river gorge.
The Moulton Falls Trail is open to pedestrians, cyclists and folks with (leashed) dogs. The trail is moderately used but busier in the summer months.
The Hantwick Trailhead is located at 29643 NE Hantwick Rd in Yacolt. Beginning on I-5, take exit 11 for State Route 502 and then stay right onto SR-502. Turn left onto NE 92nd Ave., and after a mile, make a right turn on 239th St. Turn right onto NE 92nd St, left onto NE 112th St and continue onto NE 244th St. Turn left onto SR 503 (Lewisville Highway) and stay on it for 4.4 miles. Then turn right onto NE Rock Creek Road and continue onto NE 152nd Ave. Make a slight left onto NE Lucia Falls Rd, stay on it for 3.8 miles, and then turn right onto NE Hantwick Road. The trailhead will be on the left.
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