In fall the leaves change color, making for more of an impactful hiking experience. Bundle up and step outside with a elevating cannabis product from Gold Bar Marijuana in your pocket, and enjoy this season with a fresh perspective.
Tumwater Pipeline Trail
This trails runs along the river in the central Cascades, among meadows, wildlife and gorgeous autumn foliage. At 2.4 miles round trip, it isn’t the most difficult hike, making it even easier to enjoy the vivid fall hues and mountain views.
Try Phat Panda’s Hot Sugar in a thermos of hot cocoa or coffee for a great infused boost at lunch time. Gold Bar Marijuana is the last pot shop before this hike if you’re heading east, so stop by and ask the friendly budtenders if they have any additional product recommendations!
The Tatie Peak Trail is a section of the Pacific Crest Trail in the North Cascades. The low foot traffic on this hike makes it perfect for landscape photography or a tranquil day hike with a tail-wagging tagalong. There’s plenty of time to stop and smell the roses with few hikers on the same path.
Views of a seemingly endless mountain range including Mount Ballard, Azurite Peak, Golden Horn and Tower Peak, along with intriguing finds like the remnants of the Brown Bear Mine, make Tatie Peak a fun and exciting hike. But make sure you’ve packed the right footwear, or you might end up like Reese Witherspoon in the famous boot-slinging scene in Wild.
Flowers, flowers and more flowers. Unlike the flowers available at Gold Bar Marijuana, the buds you’ll find on this hike won’t be psychoactive. Arnica and aster coat the rolling hills surrounding this trail, providing pops of warm and vibrant colors. Although the majority of trees alongside this hike are conifers, it’s a little known fact that they will still change color during fall.
The Washington State Trails Association made improvements to this trail in 2015 to ensure that the nine miles round trip will be more about taking in the views and less about finding a funky side step around a fallen tree or the aftermath of a mudslide.
We’re lucky to live in a state where weed is recreationally legal and our trail maintenance is always on point! Venture into the North Cascades wilderness and explore with Ethos Innovates and their uplifting Journey Tincture, admiring the colorful and bright foliage along the way.
The Eagle Lake Trail is unmarked and slightly steep, climbing 1,500 feet in elevation over just four miles hiking distance. Near the end it provides a small and serene lookout about two miles out from Barclay Lake. This dreamily low-traffic trail is ideal if you need some time to reflect and unwind. Try one of Seattle Pure Extract’s Girl Scout Cookies pre-rolls for balanced and relaxing effects.