Baldy Trail

HARD 4 reviews
#118 of 173 trails in

Baldy Trail is a 13.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Sequim, Washington that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from June until October.

Distance: 13.9 miles Elevation Gain: 6,210 feet Route Type: Out & Back

hiking

nature trips

bird watching

forest

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

blowdown

over grown

rocky

snow

washed out

no dogs

The trail is neither marked nor maintained. It begins near Slide Creek Camp on the Gray Wolf Trail. The trail is easily lost so one must pay attention.

Mon Nov 12 2018

I liked the trail, though I didn’t summit. The forest was dark after crossing the river/ bridge- felt like I was going to have a animal encounter. But didn’t see any animals. Initially, went to the wrong start at grey wolf which was disconnected due to a broken bridge. This start is at slab camp #838, which is correct.

hiking
Sun Jul 22 2018

This is an amazing trail to hike. There is tons of wildlife, flowers and even snow in certain spots. You will encounter quite a bit of different terrain so be ready. Highly recommend carrying a weapon or two on this trail(gun, knife) as there are cougars and other potentially dangerous animals. All in all, it's a great hike.

hiking
Fri Aug 09 2013

Not an easy trail to follow but well worth the effort. There is a stream you will cross that is the only source for water. Depending on the time of year there may be patches of snow as a water source. Custom Correct's Buckhorn Wilderness map does show some of the trail but you are on your own after about 1.5 miles. The views are spectacular!

hiking
Sat Sep 02 2017