Mount Storm King is a 3.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Port Angeles, WA that features a lake and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from April until October.
Mount Storm King is a 1.7 mile out and back trail located near Port Angeles, Washington that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until October.
Yhe view is well worth the hard hike
If you're up for a decent workout with a view then this trail is perfect!
Amazing DO IT
Very strenuous but rewarding! Go for it!
Very hard, straight up but the view is the payoff.
Hard as heck but totally worth it!were is in dire passed if you get passed the rope feature- be careful all
Amazing. Worth the hike
view is worth the pain.
Beautiful views but have to wear better shoes next time. Can be slippery at times. But, it was mostly a great hike and a very good work out!
best view of my favorite lake
great hike. multiple switchbacks. amazing views and scenery. disappointingly didn't make summit. roping on loose and slick rock was more than my wife could handle at that point. was still well worth the effort.
Stumbled across the trailhead on the walk to check out Marymere Falls. Decided to take on the challenge the Storm King proposed. Steep switchbacks most of the hike. Nice little area to refuel with a spectacular view of Crescent. For the adventurist, the next .5 miles gets sketch, 2 ropes to assist you to summit. Bring food and plenty of water! Careful on the way down! The gravel acted like marbles under my feet!
Clear all the way up. Steep switchbacks 95% of the way. The last 5% is a step rocky/loose gravel tail with guide ropes. Moderate difficulty.
The views are worth the effort! There is a rope at the top to assist you for the last part and the first part of your descent can be unnerving.
Fairly hard, very beautiful.
Tough hike but well worth every step.
Good quick hike to the top, and the ropes were the best part!