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Hurricane Ridge Trail

Port Angeles, WA

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The trail is located near Port Angeles, WA. It begins 1.5 miles beyond the Hurricane Ridge visitor's center at the end of the road. The trail is usually snow free from July through September. One of the best places in Olympic National Park to see the Olympic marmot.

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Pyramid Mountain Trail
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16 Completed 1 Reviews

One of my favorite local trails, want to point out that the Park recently created a new path across the slide area so its much safer to cross.

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Aurora Ridge Loop
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

We did the 6 mile trek to Eagle Lake. it is fairly strenuous if you're backpacking, because you will do a lot of hiking uphill on the way out there. You will see the difference in the forest as you gain elevation, and it's all very beautiful. We found a spot to stay overnight by the lake. There is a stream so we had a perfect source of running water, but there isn't really any flat land so it's challenging to find a spot for a tent. There was also a fire pit. This is a secluded place in the woods, and there are no services or facilities.

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Hurricane Ridge Trail
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5 Completed 6 Reviews

Hiked this one to three times a year since 1959. Favorite hiking trail. Never get tired of the view, mountains to the east, south, and west, Canada to the north. Great place to sit for lunch at the top.

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Olympic Hot Springs Trail
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12 Completed 1 Reviews

wonderful 5 mile round trip day hike to the springs. my skin is so soft now that I am home! Each pool was busy, don't expect to have a pool to yourself! Get friendly! It's well worth the hike. trail is pretty muddy at the moment. suggest waterfront boots. Our visit was 03/28/15 cost $15.00 for a parking pass, good for 7 days to the national parks. Purchased at the Ranger Station via pay envelope.

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Spruce Railroad Trail
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11 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy walk 4 miles each way along beatuful Lake Crescent.

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Spruce Railroad Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This has been one of my favorite trails in Olympic National Park for many years. I was surprised to see someone dive into the lake on March 1st. It's a cold lake even in mid-summer. She looked regretful-and blue-when she came out.

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Marymere Falls Trail
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28 Completed 22 Reviews

Nice little scenic leg stretcher when driving around the penisula. Maybe a half hour to the fall? Easy, family friendly hike.

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Olympic Hot Springs Trail
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2 Completed 3 Reviews

Nice, easy short hike. A few sketchy spots w/ rockslides. Nice campground close to springs & beautiful shire type fields to explore, can go on to Appleton pass, High Devide & beyond. Hot Springs are stinky but the top one was really very nice, hot!

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Spruce Railroad Trail
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Love this hike! Easily one of the most beautiful hikes! We went in November and it was breezy and beautiful, I can't wait to go back in the summer and take a dip in the lake!

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Wolf Creek Trail
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15 Completed 14 Reviews

Wolf creek trail is amazing. Be sure to pack a nice lunch you can enjoy it on the rocks next to the beautiful rushing water. This is a must hike trail you will want to stay there it is truly beautiful

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