Gray Wolf Pass is a 32.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Port Angeles, Washington that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October.

Length32.6 miElevation gain10,278 ftRoute typeOut & back
BackpackingCampingHikingNature tripsBird watchingForestRiverViewsWildflowersWildlifeBlowdownOver grownRockyScrambleSnowFeeNo dogs
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Getting There

Olympic National Park charges a fee to enter. Fees are $30 per vehicle or $25 per motorcycle. If you are entering on foot or bike the fee is $15 per person. You can also purchase a park specific annual pass for $55. Gray Wolf Ridge needs some exertion to get to but once there you are rewarded with one of the most spectacular views of the northeast Olympic Wilderness and beyond. This ridge includes such peaks as Mt. Tyler, Mt. Baldy, and the Gray Wolf Ridge towards Mt. Deception.

The ridge is accessed by the Upper Maynard Burn Way Trail on the Dungeness side or the Mt. Baldy Trail from the Gray Wolf Trail.

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Kilee O'Connor
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Hiked Grey Wolf River today. It was a nice hike mostly along the river with some pretty terrific camping spots. The trail is in fairly good shape except for a few very narrow spots and a bit overgrown. I would come back to camp but with so many other amazing places to get to, I wouldn't put this one any higher on my list.

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Nivaun Rahne
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One of my new favorite hikes. It's an incredible ridge walk for someone like me who is not a mountain climber. It has huge views of the Olympics and wildflower meadows. No water but you may find some lingering snowfields. I always access this ridge by the Upper Maynard Burn Trail.

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Nivaun Rahne
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