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Jonathan Kuhn reviewed Putvin Trail to Lake of the Angels
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The hike was incredible. Unfortunately a group took down the ropes saying that they were “frayed” and they were “saving lives”. I hope nobody was left stranded up top or down below - bad karma.

Kayla Figueroa reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful! We arrived in the afternoon on a Tuesday and had to park along the road a little ways from the lot but still worth it. Trail was easy with little to no elevation gain. It was fairly busy as we saw many other groups, most of which were wearing masks. Once you get to the falls there are other small paths to explore that get you on the rocks near the falls. Just be very careful as some can be slippery. Worth the short walk for sure!

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Amanda Turner reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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Nature tripsFeeGreat!

Nice short trail, expect a few steps but no real incline. Little picnic area at the actual falls and then the trails to the campground. Fairly busy for a Tuesday at 1, parking was down the road but we snagged a spot up top. Cooler falls than Marymere down the road.

Cole S. reviewed Marymere Falls Trail
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Solid hike, was probably worst experience in Olympic in regards to people not wearing masks or even coming close to caring about Covid.

Jim M. reviewed Hoh River Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful trail. Easy to get away from people with lots of spurs to the river. Only went in about 2.5 miles. Would love to do more and spend a night or two.

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The ropes were gone, but we didn't need them.

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Janette Salas reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

It was a short, beautiful, cool shaded trail with small elevation gain . We went today ( Monday) early about 9am. Plenty of parking and not a lot of traffic.

Fernanda Andrdae reviewed Madison Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

Very short but pretty!

Janelle Faulkner reviewed Dosewallips River Road Trail
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BackpackingBugsGreat!Scramble

Just finished this as an out and back overnight and was pleased. Like others have said, there is a steady incline with two notable exceptions. You will come to a fork in the trail which will either lead you up a steep switch back, or over a rocky hill that is difficult to scramble and traverse (especially with a heavy pack) and has a rope to help you up at the end of it. The other steeper incline (doable, for sure, but notable) is near the end, close to the abandoned camp ground right next to the falls. Other than that, the trail is shaded with brief glimpses of sun, and seems well maintained. The Dosewallips campground has many good sites, including some by the river, and deer will walk right up through your camp site. It's eerie to walk past speed limit signs and other road signs that are leftover from when the trail was a road. Nature has really reclaimed a lot of it. Mosquitos and flies are pretty intense near the river, but once you get a fire going in the fire pit, it will keep them at bay. There are bear boxes to store your food.

AllTrails User reviewed Lake Constance Trail
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I am one of the 2 hikers that Katie mentioned below! Background: I am a mid 20’s guy, decently athletic and outdoorsy with a ton of experience in the wilderness via skiing, search and rescue, trail running, etc. THIS IS AN EXTREME HIKE!!!!!!! (This all pertains to the 2+ mile incline after the flat intro) -Trail marking: There is enough of a tiny path up the hill that you probably won’t get lost - this is much different than “well-marked”. There were very very few pink flags, it took a lot of navigation and attentiveness to stay on track. Maintenance: NOT maintained. Steep mud run-offs with only roots to keep balance, climbing over and under fallen trees, loose rocks (I got hit by a boulder the size of my head from a hiker who loosened it above). I would say this is more of off-trail hiking as opposed to on a designated trail. Difficulty: Attempt this as a day hike before an overnighter unless you are EXTREMELY experienced with maneuvering on a steep hill with your pack, with very few footholds and places to grab. ——— It makes it really sad to leave this review, because I never do. Only when it is necessary to keep insight straight. I rarely get scared hiking and this one caused me to turn around. There were times that I had to breath through my anxiety, and a large portion of it coming from me having NO idea if the weight of my pack was going to pull me in the wrong direction. I though I was going to fall down this steep hill numerous times, with no joke intended. It is only doable in the sense of extreme preparedness and knowing exactly what to expect. We decided to descend and camp near the river, maybe one day I will try this again for a day hike. Until then, stay safe, and do not push yourself to finish this hike if you feel unsafe. No lake is pretty enough to warrant injuries!

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#### SECOND ROPE GONE ### Amazing hike! pics do not do this place justice. We hiked up Sunday morning with warm weather. The climb is brutal for sure! We ran into maybe 20 other groups of people on the trail. The lake was amazing and open and in the sunshine!!!. Many people were even swimming. On the way down a group of girls took down one of the ropes saying it looked to be in bad shape. I'm not sure which was worse. going up or coming down. Also this trail is somewhere around 10-11 miles. my watch died at around 5 miles and we were just starting our decent. also did not see any bee hive.

Joshua Fanos reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

Loved this hike as we only had one day in the park. Lots of tree cover and seating at the end of the trail if you want to bring your lunch.

Brian Cheek reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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Such an easy and fun trail! Anyone can do it. Waterfall was beautiful at the end!

Adam Cook reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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Hiking

Nice trail, easy access to waterfall. Took a bit of the deer lake hike and loved the solitude :)

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Jessie A. reviewed Marymere Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

Not too crowded on a Monday afternoon.

Jonathan Pape reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

Only problem is I am scared of bears and there are bear warning signs everywhere.

Cole S. reviewed Lovers Lane Trail
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Make sure and follow signs to go through campground. All trails and local maps kinda make it seem like trail is right along Sol Duc access road, which it is not. That being said, the part of trail between Sol Duc Resort and the Falls is about a 5 star, campground back to resort is about a 3.5 star. Bridge construction near Sol Duc resort crossing first creek. However, you can easily scramble across rocks or take one of two logs across it.

David Smith reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail
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CampingBugsGreat!Rocky

Fairly simple trail with little elevation gain. Falls were beautiful with plenty of photo opportunities. I suggest the Lover’s Lane trail on the return trip for better scenery, although it ends at the resort parking lot. You’ll have to walk back to the trailhead if not camping at the site.

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