Hoh Rain Forest Hall of Moss is a 1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Forks, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Decent hike, it was interesting to see everything. Very light and good for kids.
Went in early to mid October and I must say it is absolutely magical. It was one of my first trails so I don't have much to compare hike wise to but the scenery was out of a fairytale novel.
Very short and very beautiful
Magical is the only word to describe this trail!! Loved it!!
Never seen so much moss on trees
Enjoyable, easy walk through a rainforest.
Simple and easy hike. Easy trail to read and lots of sights to see! Great hike for younger or seniors.
Nice walk. beautiful
If you only have a little time, this is the hike to take instead of the Spruce Nature Trail. Has a few magical spots, trail is lots of fun, very easy, goes quickly. Sometimes gives you the feeling of being in a fantasy movie setting.
Easy trail, fun small changes in elevation. Amazing views at every stop along the trail. It was raining/drizzling when we did this trail, and the sound added to the atmosphere.
The trail was pretty and the moss lovely hanging from the trees. I wished the information signs had more about moss along the trail (1/4 signs mentioned moss). Warning: the 0.8 miles of length starts when you reach the trail head which is up a hill from the nature trail
Hall of Mosses Trail is a short easy 0.8 mile loop through the moss-covered rain forest starting near the Visitor Center. Interesting how thick and damp the air is here. Watch out for the giant banana slugs and mosquitoes and bring your poncho!
The only word to describe is: otherworldly. Here you can see real old growth forest full of nurse logs, snags, and moss covered trees. You've got to see it to believe it. No photo can do it justice.
Simply gorgeous. Nice, easy trail to stretch your legs after traveling.
This is an amazing and family friendly trail. I loved all of the moss hanging everywhere