Before hiking you should know...
Temperate Rain Forests
Hoh**Mini Trail is a paved 0.1 mile loop trail near the Visitor Center.
Hall of Mosses Trail is a 0.8 mile loop trail beginning near the Visitor Center.
Spruce Nature Trail is a 1.2 mile loop trail beginning near the Visitor Center.
QueetsSam's River Loop is a flat 2.8 mile trail through different ages of temperate rain forest. Watch for damage from severe winter storms.
**Maple Glade Trail is a 0.5 mile loop beginning at the bridge next to the Quinault River Ranger Station.
Cascading Terraces Trail is a flat 0.5 mile trail beginning at Graves Creek campground. NOTE: 2016 flooding swept away the riverside part of this former loop and blew down trees.
Irely Lake Trail is a 1.2 mile trail beginning 0.7 miles before the North Fork campground entrance.
**Kestner Homestead Trail is a selfguided 1.3 mile loop trail starting at the Quinault Ranger Station.
**Meadow Loop Trails begin from the parking lot. There are several 0.25 to 0.5 mile trails.
**Hurricane Hill is 1.6 miles one way and begins at the end of the Hurricane Ridge Road. The rough paved trail gains about 700 feet in elevation, giving panoramic views. (Wheelchair accessible first 0.5 miles only.)
Trail to Klahhane Ridge begins near the Visitor Center. The first 2.8 miles leads to a junction with the Klahhane Switchback Trail. You may continue or return to the Visitor Center.
Rainshadow Loop: self-guided 0.5 mile loop to summit of Blue Mountain. Starts at the end of Deer Park Road, a steep, one-lane gravel road not suitable for RVs or trailers.
Ancient Groves Nature Trail: 0.6 mile loop starts 9 miles up Sol Duc Road.
Sol Duc Falls is 0.8 miles one way from the end of the Sol Duc Road.
Lover’s Lane Loop is a 5.8 mile loop connecting Sol Duc campground, Sol Duc Falls and the Resort.
Mink Lake Trail: 2.6 miles one way from Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort.
**Moments in Time Nature Trail: a flat 0.6 mile loop trail beginning at Lake Crescent Lodge.
**Marymere Falls is 0.9 miles one way from Storm King Ranger Station. (The first 0.5 mile is accessible.)
Mount Storm King Trail: 2.1 miles one way from turnoff on Marymere Falls Trail. It climbs 2,100 feet!
Pyramid Peak Trail is a 3.5 miles one way from near the North Shore Picnic Area. It climbs 2,350 feet and crosses a steep landslide area!
*Spruce Railroad Trail: 4 miles one way along the lake. Pets and bikes allowed. A 6.5-mile paved, wheelchair accessible extension leads west. One tunnel is restored and ongoing work will make the trail wheelchair accessible.
Last updated: February 15, 2018