Explore the best trails near Port Angeles with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Got started early enough in the day (7:30 or so) and didn't see a soul on the trail until we got to the campers at the lake. It's a nice, woody, steady climb that was a bit of an aerobic workout but really not that difficult. The lake is peaceful and a great place to kick back with a protein bar before heading out.
Great 7 MILE hike we just did it today (10/2/16). Made it to the shelter at the top right in time for the rain. The first mile or so was very mellow then we hit the first switch back and up up from there. Took us just under 2 hrs. To make it to the top. Worth it!
Beautiful drive, beautiful visitors center. Clear trail, but not clear directions. When entering the parking lot, go in either of the first two trail entrances heading towards Klahanne Ridge. Follow that to the right for a couple miles before a junction, turn towards the right to continue on Klahanne Ridge or go straight up for a steep hike before a small scrambling section to the top of Mt. Angeles.
Super cool and something for all skill!