Trail clear of trees and snow from TH all the way to Glacier Meadows. Mink Lake & Little Divide Trails. Hoh River Trail to Five Mile Island Map & Directions. No recent report. Hoh River Trail. It was a beautiful clear and dry day, which was unusual for February on the Peninsula. Steep, exposed grade (no canopy) through 1978 burn. The heavily wooded and mossy trail is mostly flat for the first 12 miles. Head south from Forks on U.S. Highway 101 for about 13 miles. Park Boundary to & including Upper Lena Lake. North Fork Trail Quinault River Trail clear of snow from Trailhead to Low Divide. The Olympic Hot Springs Road is washed out, and must be hiked from the gate at Madison Falls. There are no showers. Jct. Gray Wolf River Trail, Heart O' the Hills Campground to park boundary, West Lake Mills Abutment TH to Boulder Creek, Trailhead (North Fork Quinault River Rd.) Recent visitor report states that the trail is in good shape aside from a washout at mile 3.5 that is approximately .1 mile long but is easy to bypass by staying near the riverbank before rejoining the trail. Beginning 11/27/20, Bogachiel River South Bank Trail to Hoh Road. No recent report. Park Boundary to & including Upper Lena Lake. Snow begins about 1 mile before Lake Angeles. Trail from Tumwata Creek to the ford is somewhat difficult to find. The rest of the trail has a couple of washouts and down trees but not hard to follow. Camping at 12 Mile is not recommended due to many hazard trees near the buried shelter; camping on the gravel bar 0.25 miles downriver from the old shelter is recommended. The understory is lush. Trail is primitive and can be hard to find at times. Hoh River Trail to jct with High Divide Trail. Always carry a tide chart check the weather forecast! Closed to stock. Patchy snow above Deer Lake junction to 3/4 mile up Little Divide. Humes Ranch Loop Trail (mile 1.0) to Dodger Point. Not stock passable as of 7/4/15. Use at your own risk. No water sources between Belview and Seven Stream. As of 6/9/19, trail is overgrown and not clear in places. They may not reflect the conditions you find in the field. Here you will find the Hoh Rainforest Visitor Center, ranger station, and trailhead. Grand Lake Trail. Obstruction Point via Badger Valley to jct. Expect winter conditions.Avalanche knowledge, expert winter travel skills, and proper equipment required. Overnight hikers must register at Wilderness Information Center in Port Angeles. Mink Lake & Little Divide Trails. Trail is snow free and in generally good condtion. Human waste must be carried out in blue bags or WAG bags. Not stock passable. Anderson Pass is snow free. There is no longer a self-pay box for the NW Forest Pass. Very brushy and difficult to navigate in places. Hoh rainforest River Trail. No recent report. 1 Thank RetiredTravelerTN . 18 trees down between Ten Mile and Upper Duckabush. No signage at the trailhead. No recent report. Technical gear and skills are extremely recommended. There are no water sources on this very steep trail. The Hoh is world-renowned for its winter and summer steelhead fishing. River is difficult to cross. Trees in Upper Cameron Basin are inadequate for food-hanging; bear canisters required when food cannot be hung at least 12' high and 10' out from the nearest tree trunk. Jct. This well groomed, easy trail ascends the lush river valley along the north bank of the braided Hoh River. Hurricane Hill Nature Trail. Visit the Reservations page for information about making camping reservations at Lake Constance, which is a reservations-only area camping area. No pets, use of weapons or wheeled devices. Rope and ladders are up to assist hikers, but are not maintained by the park - use caution when navigating around headlands! Wilderness is wild. 600 E. Park Avenue As of 7/12/19, many small down trees along route, 6 were over 12 " in diameter. Four trees down from trailhead to lake. Trail is very brushy/marshy in the first mile.There are ~5 trees down on the trail that area somewhat difficult to get over/around. Likely to see elk and possibly bears. Elwha River Trail to end of trail (mile 3.0). The entire trail may be too long for a family with small children, but you could do an out-and-back for whatever distance suits your needs. Wilderness backpacking permits for overnight camping in the interior wilderness of the park resumed July 1, In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several changes are in place for Wilderness Camping Permits for the remainder of the 2020 season, please visit the. Expect winter conditions. Hoh River Trail to Five Mile Island Hike Info. Jct. Clear of snow and trees. T. Kirkendall and V. Spring . Trail is brushy and narrow in place, with several streams that will require "rock hopping" or getting your feet wet. HOH RIVER TRAIL is a 1,272 m blue singletrack trail located near Port Angeles Washington. Trail is snow free. The Spruce Nature Trail is a 1.2 mi (1.9 km) roundtrip stroll through the Hoh Rain Forest that takes you through ancient groves and relaxing areas of this exceptional rainforest. The trail from O’Neil Pass Junction to O'Neil Pass is free of snow. Upper Barnes Creek Primitive Trail. Chlorine and iodine do not effectively purify coastal water for human consumption. Steep, exposed grade (no canopy) through 1978 burn. Quinault Wilderness Information Center will be closed for the season begining September 8th, 2020 and will reopen spring of 2021. There are no water sources on this trail. Ozette River ford can be hazardous at high tide and/or after heavy rain. A few snow fields remain on the lateral moraine trail up to Blue Glacier. Bear canisters are recommended for camping at Home Lake, Constance Pass and Sunnybrook Meadows; trees are not suitable for food-hanging. Trail is snow free, some fallen trees. Hurricane Ridge Road will be open, weather permitting, Friday through Sunday and on holiday Mondays, through the winter season. Watch for areas of deep mud. Walk at least 70 steps (200 feet) away from water, trails, and camp areas, dig a hole 8 inches deep in soil, and bury your human waste and toilet paper. Main Fork Dosewallips River Trail to park boundary via Home Lake. *Wild Rose Creek, Elip Creek and the river ford at Sixteen Mile Quinault River may become impassable due to heavy precipitation and snowmelt. The trail through the slide area may not be passable for some groups; sections of the trail through the slide are as narrow as <1 foot and might be challenging if wet. The first toilet is on the north end of the beach and can be accessed from the main trail. Trip Day Hike - Hoh River Trail. Though easily crossable, there are multiple narrow, deep fissures across the trail and unsteady footing in this area. First Divide to Duckabush River Trail Jct. Avalanche knowledge, expert winter travel skills, and proper equipment required. There is no water available up on the High Divide. Jct. Wilderness backpacking permits for overnight camping in the interior wilderness of the park resumed July 1, In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several changes are in place for Wilderness Camping Permits for the remainder of the 2020 season, please visit the. All food, garbage and scented items must be stored in park-approved bear canisters in the Sol Duc/High Divide Loop/Mink Lake area. Trees in this area are inadequate for food-hanging; bear canisters required when food cannot be hung at least 12' high and 10' out from the nearest tree trunk. The trail follows the Hoh River east into the heart of the park. Trail is muddy, wet, brushy and steep. Trail cleared and brused to Spike Camp. Closed to stock. There is a washout .3 miles west of Bob Creek, about 200 yards long with an easy bypass by the river. Hoh River Trail. The Hoh River Trail, managed by the National Park Service, begins at the national park's Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center at the end of the Upper Hoh Road. Flats. Trail can be difficult to follow along creek beds and meadow areas. The positive news is that this is not meant as a permanent closure and the National Park wants to continue to allow fishing on the Hoh River. Gray Wolf River Trail to & including Cedar Lake. Sundown Lake Trail to North Fork Skokomish River Trail. Expect winter conditions. Hurricane Ridge Road will be open, weather permitting, Friday through Sunday and on holiday Mondays, through the winter season. Expect winter conditions. No recent report. Use caution and good judgement as this crossing can be hazardous. *Cannonball Island (Tskawahyah Island) is part of the Ozette Indian Reservation and is always closed to the public. Trail clear of trees and snow from TH all the way to Glacier Meadows. No recent reports, expect late lingering snow. ***While the Hart Lake Cutoff and Lacrosse Lake Cutoff Routes may appear on some GPS devices and maps, these are not trails. Check the project page for trail status information. Visitors report several sections of trail that are overgrown with brush beginning 1.8 miles North of Chicago Camp that make the trail difficult to find/follow. One section of the trail, known as the "headwall", is a scramble and requires the use of hands and feet to navigate. Barnes Creek Trail to jct. Hurricane Ridge Road will be open, weather permitting, Friday through Sunday and on holiday Mondays, through the winter season. Visitors have left hundreds of piles of human feces unburied on the Coast and in other areas of the park. Two down trees on the boardwalk trail from Sand Point to the Ozette Ranger Station. One 10 foot section of trail is washed out just before the beach. Please respect this closure. No recent report. Elwha River Trail via Semple Plateau. This route is strenuous with a lot of elevation gain/loss. Boulder Lake bear wire is down. The park offers various other trails at all different levels, ranging from .8 miles all the way up to 18.7 miles depending on skill level. Home Sweet Home & O'Neil Pass Trails. One difficult gully to get in and out of about 1.5 miles west of the pass.