5 Wonders Trail
ElevationAscent: 638' 195 m
Descent: -638' -195 m
High: 408' 124 m
Low: 106' 32 m
GradeAvg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 22% (12°)
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“A hike that includes the very best of the area.”— Isaac Bozeman
Features Birding · Cave · Fall Colors · Lake · River/Creek · Spring · Swimming · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Family Friendly The history of the area is neat.
Follow the trail up the ridge. After a while, you'll come upon a pile of rubble and a concrete pad. This is what is left of the Ginnett Family Homestead, which is the second wonder. After this, follow the trail along. On your left will be a cliff with bits of red rock on the ground. This is the third wonder, the Red Rock Quarry.
After a few hundred feet there will be a log cabin on your left. This is the fourth wonder. The cabin was used by copper miners in the 1910s. Please respect the cabin as it is around a hundred years old. If you go past the cabin a few yards you'll come to the final wonder, the mine. The mine goes about 60 feet into the hill, and entrance is NOT prohibited. Just remember to respect the mine like you would any historical location.
Follow the same trail back. When you get to the Big Cedar Trail don't turn, just go straight ahead on the Ginnett Trail. Follow this until it intersects with the Pass Lake Loop. Go straight on the Pass Lake Loop until you reach the parking lot.
Land Manager: WSP - Deception Pass State Park