Mount Jupiter Trail is a 13.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Brinnon, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from June until October.
Excellent 8 hour round trip to a beautiful perch to view the Olympics.
Tough but worth the views. It's actually 14.4 miles. Make sure to check if logging road gate will be open (usually is after May 1st). Otherwise add 5 miles to your hike.
Cool trail close to Kitsap county. The trail is not maintained and at first glance the real trail head is next to the sign and goes to the right its very tiny at the start we didn't notice it right away and we wasted about an hour or so so look out for that. We went on October 25th 2015. The entrance was closed due to hunting season so it adds a mile and half to the trail which wasn't bad. There aren't any toilets so come prepared, lots of water. Would go again watch out for loose gravel and there's a lot of fallen trees in certain areas would go back.
Very very hard hike. Need overnight to complete. We are going back so we can summit!! Got locked in cause logging so need verison phone !! No AT&T signal!!!!