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very interesting hike!

firstly, be careful not to end up in easton! my gps sent us there.... its actualy at exit 54 at... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2018
Exciting Ride

My family of 5 (kids ages of 14, 11, and 9) rode through this tunnel recently. It's cold and dark... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2018
Chris K
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A 2.3-mile tunnel built between 1908 and 1911 for the railroad.
Iron Horse Trail, Lake Easton State Park, Easton, WA
+1 509-656-2586
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Reviewed 12 August 2018

firstly, be careful not to end up in easton! my gps sent us there.... its actualy at exit 54 at hyak, the ski slopes, before the big lake...not after! we took the 5yr old grandson, and parents and baby in the stroller,the dog, and it...More

3  Thank ukqt40
Reviewed 29 July 2018

My family of 5 (kids ages of 14, 11, and 9) rode through this tunnel recently. It's cold and dark in the tunnel, so bring a flashlight/lamp of some sort. Even though it was in the mid to upper 90s outside, we were glad we...More

1  Thank Chris K
Reviewed 13 September 2017

We did this as a family bike ride. It was quite an experience to ride in the pitch black and think about the trains that used to use this tunnel. Warning - it is COLD in the tunnel, even on a 90 degree day, so...More

Thank WSHolly
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The history of this tunnel as well as the length make it a fun walk or bicycle ride! We were prepared with flashlights and hoodies and enjoyed walking in it very much. The coolness was refreshing on a warm day.

Thank JPMama
Reviewed 4 September 2017

I thought it was a crazy idea to drive 2.5 hours just to bike through a 2.75 mile tunnel but was in a mood to do a family activity. The parking lot was easy to find, we came from eastern WA and took exit 54....More

2  Thank kimiec
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Definitely a unique experience that I've never done before -- walk through a 2-mile tunnel, there and back! Was part of a large geocaching event. Like other people have mentioned, bring a flashlight (a headlamp is great). Also recommend biking through the tunnel -- I...More

1  Thank kurokitty
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

This tunnel is a pretty cool place to visit, it's an amazing place to try and visualize the trains from back in the day. It's a good idea to bring a flashlight, it's literally pitch black going through the middle! There are a lot of...More

1  Thank Vicki R
Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

We went with a group of friends and loved the whole walking in the dark situation! It kind of lets your mind play when you turn out the lights. A good easy afternoon walk. The views at the end are fabulous!

1  Thank MamaTits
Reviewed 10 September 2016

This has been on my must do list for a long time. Finally visiting the Seattle area and made a day trip out here to hike the tunnel and also find an iconic geocache located on the other side. As others have said, disregard the...More

4  Thank Gregg H
Reviewed 25 July 2016

The tunnel was a fun place to stop on the way to the east side of the state. We didn't walk all the way but part of the way. It was very cool inside and you could feel the cold coming out of the tunnel...More

2  Thank susanks12016
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6 August 2018|
Response from Chris K | Reviewed this property |
If you're looking to just go through the tunnel, then you may not need a bike - we came across many people just walking. I don't think there's any bike rentals in the pass, but Yelp has a few options if you're willing to do... More
31 March 2016|
Response from Gregg H |
The tunnel is closed November 1st through May 1st of each year