SEATTLE — If you've ever wanted to visit Westeros, you're not alone; the Washington Trails Association has your back. They've compiled a list of trails that will make you feel like you hiked right into an episode of Game of Thrones. Anna Roth from the Washington State Trail Association joins New Day Northwest to tell us how to get to Westeros. 

Check out the destinations below!

Dorne 

HANFORD REACH - NORTH

"It is remarkably similar" Roth said. "It's also a really good hike in the shoulder season, or in the wintertime when its really snowy or wet in the Cascades, and you juts want to dry off a little bit."

  • Location: Central Washington - Tri-Cities
  • Length: 7.0 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 500 feet
  • Best Season: All year

Dragonstone

STEAMBOAT ROCK  

"This hike is just a short little walk, and then you actually do have quite a bit of a climb to get to the top," Roth shared.

  • Location: Central Washington - Grand Coulee
  • Length: 6.0 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 650 feet
  • Best Season: All year

King's Landing

KAMIAK BUTTE  

"It's gorgeous, rolling hills, that checkerboard farmland - its really lovely," she said. 

  • Location: Eastern Washington - Palouse and Blue Mountains
  • Length: 3.5 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 900 ft.
  • Best Season: Spring

The Reach

TWIN SISTERS ROCK 

"It's really short," Roth explained. "The one thing I do let folks know is that this one is really close to private property, so do know where you're going." 

  • Location: Eastern Washington
  • Length: 1.0 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 200 ft.
  • Best Season: All year

The Riverlands

OLD SAUK RIVER TRAIL 

"This one is really accessible and its a little bit closer," Roth said "It's up north toward Darrington, it's really forested, deep green, lush amazingness." 

  • Location: North Cascades - Mountain Loop Highway
  • Length: 6.0 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 150 feet
  • Best Season: All year

The Iron Islands

CAPE FLATTERY 

"It's the furthest northwest point of the contiguous northwest," she said. "You need a special permit for this area because it's managed by the Makah tribe and you want to make sure to respect their management and their land." 

Roth said to stop in Neah Bay and get a permit at the Makah Museum.

  • Location: Olympic Peninsula - Pacific Coast
  • Length: 1.5 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 200 feet
  • Best Season: All year

The Vale of Arynn

COYOTE WALL - MOAB/MAUI LOOP 

"Wonderful for wildflowers, wonderful for waterfalls; you really cant go wrong with this in the spring," Roth shared. 

  • Location: Southwest Washington - Columbia River Gorge
  • Length: 3.8 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 850 feet
  • Best Season: All year

The Haunted Woods

GREEN MOUNTAIN - GOLD CREEK TRAIL 

"You can lose yourself in a Game of Thrones landscape and then remind yourself where you are, because at the top you can see Puget Sound and Seattle," she said. 

Roth said this is probably the closest hike for anyone living in Seattle. 

  • Location: Olympic Peninsula - Kitsap Peninsula
  • Length: 5.0 miles, round trip
  • Elevation Gain: 1000 feet
  • Best Season: All year (although winter is recommended for the best GoT vibes)

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