The Evergreen State is filled with those always seeking out an outdoor adventure. And if you're one of those people who love spooks year-round, this spot is for you. This haunted hike in Washington will take you to a chilling disaster site that's not for the faint of heart.\nEditor's Choice: Two Passengers With A Dog Opened The Doors Of A Moving Plane & Got Out In NYC\nLocated in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, the Iron Goat Trail is considered the site of one of the worst railroad disasters in the history of the United States.\nLightning struck mountains, causing a major avalanche to derail not one but two trains and leaving nearly 100 casualties in its wake.Although the tracks were abandoned after the incident in 1929, a roughly 6-mile roundtrip hike will take you to this spot.\nYou'll need a $5 Northwest Forest Pass for each vehicle parked at the trailhead, and it's best to visit in the spring when you can see wildflowers and foliage along the way.\nThe trail takes you through a loop of wooden bridges strewn across creeks, and tiny waterfalls as they cascade over collapsed logs and tunnels.\nYou'll even encounter a bright, red caboose that's a popular photo op.\nView this post on Instagram Only got a little lost exploring the abandoned Great Northern Railroad tunnels near Stevens Pass. 🐐 . . . #greatnothernrailroad #irongoattrail #exploremore #optoutside #pnw #pnwwonderland #midweekadventures A post shared by Nathalie (@pnwnathalie) on Oct 3, 2019 at 9:25pm PDT\nSigns along the way will dish out historical facts about the place and the disaster that went down here.\nSo, why are we calling this place haunted?\nAfter the people died at this spot, solo hikers have reported hearing voices echoing through the eerie tunnels.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Steve DeGraaf (@steve.degraaf)\nClaims have also included seeing apparitions, feeling invisible hands touching them, and experiencing chills and hair standing on end for no apparent reason.\nPlus, screams have apparently been heard around Tye River Gorge, the site of the mishap.\nIf this isn't creepy, we don't know what is.\nEntering the Old Cascade Tunnel is strictly prohibited because the structures, which were built in 1893, are on the verge of collapse.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Helen Rosnovsky (@roshelen)\nWe don't know if it's that or the supposed spirits, but nighttime hiking is also not allowed here.\nHowever, there's a viewpoint on the west end of this area to get a glimpse of history.\nEven if you're venturing out here during the day, we'd recommend getting a friend or your dog (yes, thankfully, they're allowed on a leash!) along for this haunted hike.\nView this post on Instagram ⛰🌲Perfectly rainy day captured along Iron Goat Trail! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ WHO CAN AGREE? 😊 RAIN 🌧 = HAPPY HIKER 🤗 A post shared by Wild Rumpus Hiking Crew (@wildrumpuswashington) on Jun 8, 2019 at 6:13pm PDT\nIron Goat Trail\nDifficulty: ModerateLength: Approximately 6 miles out and back\nAddress: Iron Goat Trail, Leavenworth, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This hike will take you to creepy tunnels — the site of one of the worst railroad disasters in America's history.\nWebsite\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.