Upper Elwha2 km beyond Chicago Camp; Described as "a cavelike recess
beneath an overhanging rock wall (that) has provided hikers with
emergency shelter on more than one occasion (Wood 1984:44.)."
Upper Elwha; "...to the west, away from the trail, the spelunker can
find a cave to explore (Wood 1984:63)."
Royal Basin of the Upper Elwha; located at the edge
of a meadow where a "huge chunk of pillow lava overhangs on the west
side. The campsite beneath it can accomodate a number of people, and
during storms hikers sometimes take refuge here (Wood 1984:111)."
On Dosewallips Trail 0.9 km beyond Dose Forks; described as a mineral
lick that attracts deer and other animals (Wood 1984:135).
Hamma Hamma Basin on Jefferson Ridge Trail; described as a hiking
hazard"a deep cave or hole right beside the trail, where one can
look straight down (Wood 1984: 170)."
Lower Elwha Basin; according to Robert Wood (personal communication),
there is a cave in this vicinity that was described to him by Galen