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Beacon Rock State Park
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34841 WA-14 Stevenson, WA 98648
34841 Washington 14USWashingtonStevenson98648
(509) 427-8265
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Camping park with many miles of trails, including a climb up a massive rock with Gorge views.- Google
"The route between Multonomah and Beacon state park is very scenic."
"Well we climbed up beacon rock and really enjoyed the hike."
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Karl Peterson
2 months ago
Nicest state park in the vicinity, offering miles and miles of trails to explore. Impossible for the visitor to beat a quick jaunt up Beacon Rock itself. The trail itself is an absolute marvel. For folks wanting to hike farther and higher, many options are available to climb Hamilton Mountain and/or Hardy Ridge to Phlox Point. I've probably hiked in BRSP a few dozen times, and never followed the exact same route. Worth buying the Discover Pass just for this gem.
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Andreas Anderson
4 weeks ago
Something for everyone. Hiking, horses, kayaking, fishing and cramping in the Gorge!
Bilie Jelo
5 months ago
What a hike ! It took me and my friends about an hour to get to the top. The view was amazing! Had lots of fun !
Cindy Miller
8 months ago
Vantastic nice hike up. Good camping. Lots or hiking trails. Very beautiful there
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b tr
2 months ago
Fantastically killer views for 90% of the very easy hike. Hand-railings for extra help if one requires it, great history behind Beacon Rock as well. Don't forget to dig Pool of the Winds while you're near.
Neil Lin
2 months ago
Trail closed since 11/17/2015, due to trail damaged by storm. Ever visited here years ago, it's fantastic view up there.
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Sai Goutham Sunkara
11 months ago
We were to decide where to go after visiting Multonomah falls. We saw Beacon is a nearby destination. The route between Multonomah and Beacon state park is very scenic. When you travel along the columbia river, you see that the distant mountains covered with green trees. I always wanted to go near them. This trip made it possible. There is a bridge that helps us cross the river. While on the bridge, you get a spectacular view of the columbia river on either sides. As you approach the beacon park, your altitude increases and the view of columbia river also increases. There is a 10$ parking fee which we need pay with cash. The mountain top is 850 feet high. As for the safety, there are barricades towards the top of mountain. You can stop at few places on your way to mountain top, to get beautiful pictures. At the mountain top, it was not a flat surface as we expected. The steep valley, breathtaking trees, stones, steel rails make this a unique hike.
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Carlos Gomez
7 months ago
It was quick, nice hiking around back and a fun lil cabin to play in. Good times :)