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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.

16 days ago

Beautiful trail and beach. We typically see eagles nesting and hunting. Lots of marine life on the rocks in the shallow pools. This place is tranquil and so peaceful.

scenic driving
1 month ago

This is more of a playground than a trail. Spend a lot of time here and you will not do it all. From the Hoe Reservation to the wild beach route. Fromt the rain forest to rain shadow. This is a special place.

Nice hike.

2 months ago

2 months ago

This was a super fun and super easy walk through the rain forest. There are post along the way to educate about the foliage which was a nice touch. Bring a lunch and picnic along the Hoh River, there are lots of great spots to post up and enjoy a beautiful day and the babbling river.

on Hoh River Trail

2 months ago

I had a wonderful time on this trail! It is very well maintained for the most part. There is a washout about 14 miles up the trail where you have to use a cable ladder to go down a ravine, it's a scramble up to the other side. Luckily I met a hiker coming down the trail who gave directions to go left up the other side of the ravine because there is no marking as to where to go. The views of Blue Glacier at the end of the trail were absolutely amazing and worth every minute of the trip up! I will definitely be going again to summit West Peak of Mt Olympus.

2 months ago

The trail was easy with huge trees and next to a nice river. A few miles up there is a nice waterfall to view.

Short but pretty!

Only went about 4 miles in, but the river and the scenery are great. The water of the river is a gorgeous blue, and we found a giant 4-leaf clover by the trail.

Very short and very beautiful

2 months ago

We did the trail out to 5 Mile Island, out and back. It's a beautiful trail and not too busy in the middle of the week. The forest changed as we got further out from the start. Too many wonderful images to list.

3 months ago

Awesome. Highly recommend three days for backpacking to not rush through the experience. We did it in two

Magical is the only word to describe this trail!! Loved it!!

Beautiful! The dogs had an easy time of it as well.