Diamond Point Trail Loop is a 2.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sequim, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.8 miElevation gain288 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingHorseback ridingWalkingForestViews
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Stuart Scadron-Wattles
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HikingMuddy

Great for dogs and humans. Agree that clockwise is the way to handle the loop, BUT: bring your AllTrails device, b/c going clockwise, one loses the markers at a bit over the halfway point, where the trail loop meets Areospace Road. Muddy spots, and young trees down across the path in two places.

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Pearl Derksen
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Hiking

Nice forest trail a bit muddy in places and had to make room for three horses to pass

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Andy Spalletta
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Hiking

Nice basic trip. Most of it was the same except the end (we did it backwards). Very lovely and easy for Winter hiking.

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Mark Rosin
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Hiking

Did it counter clockwise. Lost trail a couple of times but app got us back on track.

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Chery Phillips
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Hiking

A very peaceful trail, in good condition. Start earlier in the day because by 3:30 it was pretty dark in the dense areas. I agree with Rich, take the trail clockwise. Definitely the better choice. It is a good idea to download the All Trails map of the trail and check in as the trail splits several times.

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Rich Johnson
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HikingGreat!

Nice, easy trail through some peaceful forest. I went clockwise, and I'm glad I did it that way. The uphill is more staged and moderate than going counterclockwise. When I hit the Aerospace Road, I walked eastward for about three-eights of a mile and missed the first connecting trail because there is no marker. But there is a sign across the road from the second connecting trail, at the junction of the Fireweed Trail and the Aerospace Road. From there, it's nearly all downhill, sometimes steep, which is why I'm glad I went clockwise. Took one hour and fifteen minutes. Encountered two groups on horseback, a couple of hikers with dogs, and a foursome of mountain bikers. Everybody very friendly. The trail is in great condition. Not much mud. Occasional horse deposits. No bugs this time of year.

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Eve Gilluly
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Hiking

GreT. 4 more trails to do

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Durstin Wilson
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Hiking

I lost the trail a couple of times, but the app got me right back on track. It was a nice walk in the woods, my 7lb Toy Poodle crushed it (though she is resting quietly tonight).

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Mike Schwartz
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Hiking

Nice trail and well kept. Didn’t hate the part on the gravel road or reconnecting with the trail, but a great trail all the same. 3.2 miles is maybe more accurate.

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Jason Peters
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Walking

easy hike but with initial ups. easy for kids and dogs but i give the trail a solid meh.... I took 2 kids and 2 dogs. it was an OK hike. not much to see but a nice walk in the woods. about half to a third of the hike is on roads. we went clockwise from the trailhead at the parking lot. the signage was good until it wasn't. there are signs marking west loop and east loop. signage good on the west but poor to no exisitent on the east side. we had the app and the kids navigated using when we were off route. the trail near sign post b is not marked. if it is your first time and you are on the crushed rock road and you find yourself wondering where the trail went when going clockwise walk on the crushed rock to the sign post b look northwest and you will see a spur trail which will lead you back onto the red all trails track.

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Sam Spiva
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HikingBugs

Nice little loop but a lot of bugs and some swarms of bees.

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Christa Ayer
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HikingBugsMuddy
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Greg Barber
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Deborah Gordon
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HikingMuddy

We started on the Diamond Point West trail and hiked for 2 miles until we lost trail although we were on a paved road. We jumped back on a trail and ended up on the Diamond Point East trail which took us back to the parking lot. The trail had lots of muddy spots but it is a lovely walk through the woods.

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Elizabeth Weaver
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HikingFloodedMuddy

Was a nice walk. But when you take the fork at the DP trail/cable trail it’s super muddy in spots and one place is flooded out and you have to walk around through the trees. Other then that it was a nice hike.

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Kath Waite
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Muddy
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Kelley Hughes
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HikingMuddy

Lovely spot. Muddy, but to be expected after recent snows.

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Jon Tyson
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Elliot Nicolson
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Some very minor muddy spots, but in overall great shape!

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Noah Sylvester
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Cara Griswold
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Jenna Hull
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Hiking
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Hans Frederickson
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Hiking
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Mark Rosin
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Hiking
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Rick Kelley
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Hiking
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Amy Anderson
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Hiking
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K Henrikson
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Nigel Reed
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