Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park

Trails in Olympic

Appleton Pass

This trail leads ten miles southwestward from Boulder Creek to the upper Sol Duc River. The trail leads to the head of Boulder Creek then crosses Appleton Pass, elevation 5,100 feet, into the Sol Duc River. This track can be used in conjunction with several other trails in the ...

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Barnes Creek

This trail begins at the Mt. Storm King Information Center and leads four miles eastward along Barnes Creek. The creek lies in a narrow valley that begins in lowland forest and ends in montane forest above 1,600 feet. It can be used in conjunction with several other trails in ...

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Boulder Lake

The trail to Boulder Lake follows the abandoned Boulder Creek Road past Boulder Creek Campground and along the North Fork Boulder Creek. The destination of this trail, Boulder Lake, is the source of North Fork Boulder Creek. The trail is 12 miles round trip. It can be combined with ...

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Cameron Creek

This trail leads eleven miles one way along Cameron Creek from Three Forks Trail to Cameron Pass. The route is rated as moderately difficult with an elevation gain of 4,000 feet. Along its route the trail gains and loses elevation slightly so as to avoid debris left beside the ...

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Constance Pass

This trail follows the Main Fork Dosewallips Trail after two and a half miles and begins to climb to the southernmost crest of Del Monte Ridge. It is nearly eight miles one way and gains over 4,000 feet in elevation. Once above the river the trail provides panoramic views ...

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Deer Lake

The trail to Deer Lake lies with in the Sol Duc River valley. It climbs the Canyon Creek Valley to Deer Lake beyond which it joins the High Divide Trail. The trail ascends 1,600 feet to Deer Lake. It can be combined with the High Divide Trail and the ...

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Duckabrush River

This trail begins on National Forest Land at the end of Forest Road 2510 - 060. It leads six miles through the National Forest within The Brothers Wilderness before reaching the Olympic National Park boundary. The route follows the Duckabush River to its headwaters on O'Neil Pass. It climbs ...

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East Fork Quinault

This trail leads 19 miles from the Graves Creek Trailhead to Anderson Pass. The route begins in the temperate rain forest of the leeward Olympics and ends amidst the high peaks of the southeastern portion of the range. It climbs moderately to the Enchanted Valley then ascends steeply to ...

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Elwha River

This route begins at Whiskey Bend immediately south of Lake Mills in the north central portion of the park. The trail winds through the Elwha River valley, following the Press Expedition track, 28 miles to its head. It provides a connection to Hayden Pass and North Fork Quinault River. This ...

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Flapjacks Lake

This trail follows the North Fork Skokomish River north from the Staircase Ranger Station, through a burn area to the Flapjack Lakes Trailhead. The trail climbs the eastern valley wall four miles to two alpine tarns. The lakes lie below Mt. Gladys, Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Cruiser of the ...

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Four Stream

The trail to Four Stream begins at the Staircase Ranger Station and leads northward along the western bank of the North Fork Skokomish River. The beginning elevation of this short track is 800 feet. It climbs slightly, less than 200 feet, as it follows the river one mile north ...

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Grand Valley

This trail leads eight miles one way from Obstruction Point, 6,100 feet, through the Grand Valley, over Grand Pass to Cameron Creek Trail, 4,750 feet. It follows Lillian Ridge south from the trailhead, ascending and descending along the ridge for two miles to the high point, 6,400 feet. From ...

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Gray Wolf River

This trail follows the Gray Wolf River 15.5 miles from the Buckhorn Wilderness to the the rivers headwaters. It then climbs out of the drainage over Gray Wolf Pass and into the Dosewallips River valley. The track leads through forest lowlands along the river floor then rises through Montane ...

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Heather Park

This track leads ten miles one way from Heart of the Hills Campground to Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center. The trail ascends the northern slopes of Mt. Angeles, reaching a high point of 5,285 feet. It then descends the southern flanks of the mountain to reach Hurricane Ridge. Camping sites ...

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High Divide

This trail leads along High Divide which separates the Sol Duc River from the Hoh River. Most of the route lies above 4,000 feet, providing amazing views of the Olympics. The trail leads six and a half miles eastward from Deer Lake to Heart Lake along the Sol Duc ...

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