This trailhead is located in Vancouver, Washington in Leverich Park.
The hike starts off on a paved path to a bridge over Burnt Bridge Creek. After the bridge the pavement ends and eventually you’ll wind uphill towards the JD Ross Substation Complex, which is part of the Bonneville Power Administration. Follow the road past the parking lots and a dog park until you get to a neighborhood. When you get in the neighborhood follow the signs (the brown one with the hiker on it) that will point you in the right direction.
Take the gravel street up to the switchbacks. After the switchbacks you will enter a more wooded area. Follow this trail until you reach St. James Road where you’ll turn around and head back to your car.
Distance: 5 miles
Elevation: 250 feet
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Parking Fee: None
Overall: If we lived in Vancouver we would probably hike this trail again, but since we don’t it’s not worth the drive.