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Mount Ellinor is located in the southeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula, and is visited less than other hikes here. The trail has two trailheads with the lower one adding 1.5 miles and 800 feet elevation gain to the hike. We prefer the lower trailhead because it follows a ...Read More
The moon over Lake Cushman One last look at the sunset before heading back down to the car The sun just dropped below the Olympic Mountains The sunset The moon is up The sun starting to go down over the Olympic Mountains Mt Washington, to the north of Mt Ellinor
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The trail is unique for a summit route in that it is a loop; the trail ascends to the summit and then makes a circle along the ridge to the trail again. The trail wanders for a mile through second-growth timber before entering the wilderness. You'll reach the junction af...Read More
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From the trailhead, the Upper South Fork Skokomish River Trail heads north and the Lower South Fork Trail goes south (make sure you go the correct direction). You'll start off hiking 0.5 miles on a old grassy road. At 0.75 miles you'll encounter a narrow shelf. Use c...Read More
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From the trailhead you'll cross the North Fork Skokomish on a wooden bridge. Pass the small trail to the left that leads to a small hydro plant that powers the ranger station. After a short time you'll find yourself at the riverbank. The trail gently climbs from here...Read More
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Flapjack Lakes is one of the most visited destinations in Olympic National Park. The Park Service has actually instituted a permit system limiting the number of overnight campers here. Flapjack Lakes are easily accessible and makes a fun trip for the whole family. The trail ...Read More
I am on top of the rock jumping into pond
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The two mile loop around Spider Lake was restored in the mid 1900s, and we're glad it was. The lake is beautiful, as is the surrounding forests. You'll cross three bridges as you make your way around the lake and you'll find some fishing spots and view points aro...Read More
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The hike to Murhut Falls is an amazing., short hike, that can be done with very little difficulty. End result is an amazing 130 foot waterfall! Along the trail you will find peek-a-boo views of Mt. Jupiter and Jupiter Ridge. Good place for camera sh...Read More
river water
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The trail begins by climbing through an old logging tract before making its way into the forest. The Forest Service has decided to leave the trail in a primitive state and you'll notice the trail is infested with rocks and roots. At three miles, ...Read More
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The trail follows the North Fork Skokomish for the first 10 miles of its journey, with little effort. The trail begins at the Staircase Ranger Station along an old roadbed. Soon after leaving the trailhead you will encounter the Beaver Fire of 1985, ...Read More
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Begin your quest to Six Ridge by first hiking along the North Fork Skokomish Trail for 5.6 miles. From here the trail crosses the Skokomish river and the trail turns south. You w...Read More
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