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The Brothers
pnwhikes > Olympic Peninsula > Quilcene
Type Length Difficulty Rating Gain
View 3 mi 3 / 5 5 / 10 0 ft

User Groups
Hikers, Dogs, Horses

Accessibility
June­October

Permits
A federal Northwest Forest Pass is required to park here
 
Driving Directions:
From Quilcene, drive south 24 miles on U.S. 101 to Forest Service Road 25. Turn right and drive 8 miles to the Lena Lakes Trailhead.
Contact Information:
Olympic National Forest
Hood Canal Ranger District - Quilcene Office
295142 Highway 101 S.
P.O. Box 280
Quilcene, Wa 98376
Tel: 360.765.2200
TTY: 360.765.2200
http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/olympic

Maps
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#168 The Brothers
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USGS The Brothers
The Brothers
Custom Correct The Brothers - Mt. Anderson
The Brothers - Mt. Anderson
Custom Correct Mount Skokomish - Lake Cushman
Mount Skokomish - Lake Cushman
Highlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarDim Star Lena Lakes (0.6 mi away)
Lena Lakes is the most popular destination in the Olympics and probably won't deliver much solitude. There are several well-used campsites around the lake, so expect crowds on a summer weekend. Despite the numerous people and noise, Lena Lakes ar...Read More
Upper Lena Lake with Mount Bretherton in the background, July 9, 2011Upper Lena Lake
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Putvin Trail begins near the Hamma Hamma River and climbs along an old logging tract. The trail enters the Mount Skokomish Wilderness after 1.5 miles. Putvin trail levels for a bit before climbing to several small tarns. Continue on to head to Lake o...Read More
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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
Highlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarDim Star Duckabush River (7.9 mi away)
The Duckabush is one of the longest river valley trails on the Olympic Peninsula. The trailhead is located six miles from Hood Canal and makes its way along the Duckabush River. The trail spends much of its length in old-growth forest where you'l...Read More
Big overlook
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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
Highlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarDim StarDim StarDim StarDim Star Big Creek (8.3 mi away)
Located at the base of Mount Ellinor, this trail makes a 4.5 mile loop around the Big Creek drainage area. Big Creek is a perfect hike to save for the hot summer months, as the shade provided by the forested route will be put to good use.

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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 trailh...Read More
forest fire headed up towards EllinorThe moon is upThe sunsetThe sun just dropped below the Olympic MountainsOne last look at the sunset before heading back down to the car
Highlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarDim Star West Fork Dosewallips (9 mi away)
The West Fork Dosewallips River spends much of its time hidden in a deep narrow canyon, but can be heard for much of this hike. The terrain here is gentle and makes for a good early season warm up.

The trail begins at the Dosewallips Riv...Read More
Highlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarHighlighted StarDim Star Main Fork Dosewallips River (9 mi away)
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The trail to Lake Constance is one of the toughest hikes in the Olympics, climbing 3,300 feet in two miles. The trail heads straight up the ridge. Your arms will get as much of a workout as your legs as you grab This is a very difficult climb and sho...Read More
Lake ConstanceRare trillium growing on the pathway.Mist and fog shrowded the whole area so that views were pretty awful.Steep part of the trail of Lake Constance
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