Please Note:


Goldmyer Hot Springs is a gem of the wilderness found nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, roughly 25 miles east of North Bend, WA.

Visiting Goldmyer is a wilderness experience where guests are expected to pack in (and out) all necessary supplies.

Amenities provided to visitors by Goldmyer are limited but include an open-air cabana at the hot spring pools, campsites with food hanging lines and containers, two stocked outhouses, two public picnic tables, and a bike rack.

Visitors gain access to rugged wilderness terrain, hiking trails through old growth forest, beautiful waterfalls, and a crystal clear natural geothermal hot spring.

Goldmyer is owned and managed by Northwest Wilderness Programs, a nonprofit organization established in 1976 to protect this treasure of the wilderness for the use of generations to come.

Access Report: Updated at least every Wednesday evening

December 14th:


**ICY CONDITIONS on the road. Please use caution especially in the early morning hours. Rain expected through Monday.

High Ground Clearance Vehicles are always recommended for the rough road to the Goldmyer trail head (Truck or Large SUV) Subarus and other small SUVs are often NOT suitable for this season. Don't attempt the trip if you do not have a vehicle suitable for the very rough road.

The Middle Fork Road to Goldmyer is OPEN. There is currently NO snow on the road or trail. However, this time of year you may experience obstacles including debris, water, ice, or snow. Always use CAUTION and MONITOR the weather several days prior to your visit.

The alternative Middle Fork trail to access to Goldmyer is NOT RECOMMENDED at this time. There are multiple difficult/dangerous creek crossings. The foot log crossing Burntboot Creek was damaged beyond use in the October flood event. This creek is often to deep and swift to wade!!

  • Monitor the WEATHER throughout the week approaching your visit.
  • Be PREPARED for the worst case scenario as conditions change quickly.
  • aprox. 5 mile Hike each way from the trail head (2 hrs of hiking each way). Sunset is 4:15 - 4:45 pm in winter months.