National Wildlife Refuge System

STEIGERWALD LAKE
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Near State Rte 14 and 15th St
Washougal, WA,
Phone: 360-835-8767
E-mail: Jim_Clapp@fws.gov

GIBBONS CREEK WILDLIFE ART TRAIL

Trail Information

  • Length: 2.25 Miles
  • Grade: Gentle
    • GENTLE SLOPE: average slope 0% to 5%
    • MODERATE SLOPE: average slope 5% to 8%
    • STEEP SLOPE: slope of 8% or more
  • Cross Slope: 0
    • Cross slope is the grade that is perpendicular to the direction of the trail. Cross slope information is most useful to wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are very difficult to drive or maneuver on steep cross slopes. A cross slope of less than 3% provides maximum accessibility.
  • Surface: Crushed gravel; compacted

Special Features

  • Trailside wildlife art exhibits
  • One bridge, two boardwalks
  • Directions: East on SR 14 from intersection of I-205 & SR 14 toward Camas. Watch for vertical sign at boundary of Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area at MP 16 mile marker. Steigerwald Refuge sign at trailhead and parking lot.



LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL

Trail Information

  • Grade: Gentle
    • GENTLE SLOPE: average slope 0% to 5%
    • MODERATE SLOPE: average slope 5% to 8%
    • STEEP SLOPE: slope of 8% or more

Special Features

  • "Wild thing, I think I love you"
National Historic Trail

The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail stretches through 11 states, tracing the route of the Corps of Discovery from the Midwest to the Pacific Ocean between 1804 and 1806.


Steigerwald Lake
National Wildlife Refuge

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Last updated: October 28, 2010