Lewis County


Lewis County dates back to 1845 and is the sixth largest county in our beautiful state. Although a mostly urban area, Lewis County is home to the Cascade Mountains, Nisqually River and Big Horn- the highest point in the entire county!

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There is so much to explore in Washington State. Help us discover all that makes our state so beautiful.


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  • History


Conquering High Rock Lookout Trail

Conquering High Rock Lookout Trail

Looking for a short and manageable hike with stunning 360-degree views that reward you? Look no further than Washington’s High Rock Trail located in the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest near Mount Rainier. The trail is 3.2 miles roundtrip with a moderately steep...

Spending a Weekend in Packwood

Spending a Weekend in Packwood

Nestled between Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens on the Cowlitz River, the cozy town of Packwood offers the perfect mountain getaway experience. As the winter months descend on the Pacific Northwest, snow-seekers can find good beer, warm fires and freshly powdered...