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Lake Crescent
The Most Popular Hikes in Lake Crescent
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The Marymeer Falls hike alows hikers of all abilities to view the Olympics most impressive falls. A very short walk through oldgrowth forest to a well positioned vantage point gives you a great photo opportunity of the more than 100 foot tall falls. The plummeting water is...Read More
This is the falls from the top.
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The Spruce Railroad winds along the shores of beautiful Lake Crescent, and will certainly leave a lasting impression on your brain. The railroad, formerly built by the US Army, winds along the lake for 4 miles. The route once carried timber to Seattle for production of Wor...Read More
Spruce trail .
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The trail to Sol Duc Falls begins at the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort and passes into an old growth forest. The Sol Duc River will be your constant companion on the trail, with its soft rumbling always within earshot. Along your way, you will be helped over streams via foot br...Read More
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The trail starts off by making a loop up the Sol Duc River to High Divide, then coming back via Deer Lake and Canyon Creek. The path takes you through beautiful old-growth forests and w...Read More
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The trail to Appleton Pass begins at the end of the Olympic Hot Springs road. The first 2.2 miles of trail hikes along an old road that has since been converted to trail. After hiking along the old road, the trail descends to cross Crystal Creek. You...Read More
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The Pyramid Mountain Trail is a good workout through old-growth forests that ends with a spectacualr cabin lookout. Views range from the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Canada to Lake Crescent and the Olympics. The lookout was built during World War II ...Read More
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