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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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  • Best Mountain Biking

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Recent Reviews

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Striped Peak Trail
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

Ok for short day trip, save yourself the effort of going all the way to the peak and go down to the cove instead

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Marymere Falls Trail
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21 Completed 21 Reviews

Wonderful with kids - banana slugs, rugged bridges, magical forest.

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Mount Storm King Trail
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11 Completed 3 Reviews

Very steep, extremely dusty (on 7/3/15) and hard trail. It's in good shape and easy to follow. The trail starts at Storm King ranger station and it splits to the left; it's 2.2 mi from start to finish.
There are ropes in few places to get you to the top; it won't be possible without them.
After quite brutal trail going up all the time (no flat or down spots) we came to the best view of our lives! The whole Lake Crescent and Aurora Ridge where before our eyes! The view was the prize for us!

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Spruce Railroad Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Trail was nice and easy with great sights.

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Lake Angeles Trail
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Was out on the trail yesterday, got out there about 7:30. Trail was pretty groomed which was nice, no rocks or roots. Trail is all up hill of course. Beware of the goats ran into a mom and baby on the trail going around a corner.

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Mount Storm King Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Very steep, but great view of lake.

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Madison Falls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Short and sweet and beautiful.

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Spruce Railroad Trail
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

If you are NOT mountain biking, this trail is awesome. I love my wife. I think she forgot to choose the 'MTB' filter when looking for places to ride. This would explain why i almost died. The downhill right before the devils punchbowl was awesome!... Until i realized my walmart bike brakes wouldnt slow me down...only lock me up. So then i found myself in a fight or flight. I chose to fight. With my back fishtailin and my front threatening to throw me forward, I stuck my arm out like a boss and used my rotator cuff to stop me against a rock...ten feet away from the lovely american family enjoying their smart phone pictures and cannonball lake jumps. The guy sitting on the rock says 'Good thing you stopped. That woulda been bad.' I said 'For you...' Seriously thats how it went down.

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Striped Peak Trail
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13 Completed 5 Reviews

Take the side trail down to the hike-accessible only cove! We did and had the cove all to ourselves on a Saturday! definitely made the trip

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Hurricane Hill Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful. Steady climb most of the last mile. No snow at all. Lots of wildflowers out, now is a good time to see a variety.
Plenty of little gnat like bugs that bothered us when we stopped at the top, and a few biters along the way.

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