477 m
108 m
22,99 km

20 kere bakıldı , 0 kere indirildi

yer Seal Rock, Washington (United States)

This is an old gravel road that was closed to motor vehicles after a big slide in 2002 took out a chunk of the road. Now nature's slowly reclaiming it, but in most places it's still a nice flat grade with few obstacles. You can even bike it, although pushing your bike past the big slide area would take some work.

Note that the trailhead is now about a mile east of what's shown on the Green Trails Olympic Mountains East map. The road closure is now about a quarter-mile east of the junction with the Tunnel Creek trail. (The description on the Washington Trails Association website is similarly outdated.)

There are two former car campgrounds on this hike, both of which are still open to hikers. The first is Elkhorn, about 2..5 miles from the trailhead on Forest Service land, and the second is Dosewallips Campground, within Olympic National Park. This was the turnaround point for my hike. Elkhorn has no toilets, while Dosewallips has both a toilet and a bear box.


    You can or this trail