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FLAMING GEYSER STATE PARK ACTIVITIES
Nature Programs
Flaming Geyser and river habitat interpretive walks lead by a park ranger are usually available with one week's advance request for groups of ten to 20 people. There is a self-guided, ADA accessible Salmon Interpretive Trail.
Birding
Birdwatchers can spot species like the American Dipper, Belted Kingfisher and Bald Eagle. The park is home to various waterfowl such as Mallards, Canada Geese and Wood Ducks. Songbirds including Black-capped Chickadees, Red-winged Blackbirds are common too. Raptors like Osprey or Cooper's Hawks may also be seen soaring above.
Trails
1. Flaming Geyser Main Trail: This is a 3-mile round trip trail that takes you to the park's main attractions, including the "Flaming Geyser" and Bubbling Geyser.

2. River Trail: A scenic route along Green River with opportunities for fishing or picnicking by its banks; it stretches about two miles long.

3. Wetland Loop Trail: An easy half mile loop through wetlands offering bird-watching opportunities and views of local flora and fauna.

4. The Plateau Cut:off trail: It’s an uphill climb but offers stunning panoramic views from atop the plateau overlooking surrounding landscapes.

5. Whispering Firs Loop: A peaceful one:mile hike under towering fir trees perfect for families looking for a short walk in nature.

6. The Old Railroad Grade: Follows old railroad tracks providing hikers with historical context as well as beautiful scenery over approximately three miles distance.

7. Balsamroot Trails: Named after wildflowers found here during springtime, this moderate difficulty level hiking path spans around four miles across diverse terrains.

8. Gorge Overlook Pathway: Short yet steep pathway leading towards breathtaking overlook points showcasing river gorges below.

9. Christmas Tree Farm Route: Takes visitors past former Christmas tree farm sites within Park boundaries spanning roughly five kilometers length:wise.

10. Pheasant Run trails: Ideal spot to observe pheasants while enjoying serene forested surroundings on these interconnected pathways covering nearly six acres area.
Fishing
Anglers can enjoy freshwater fishing in the Green River. Species include steelhead, salmon and trout. A valid license is required.
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