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Green Diamond Trail is a 6.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Olympia, Washington that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options. Horses are also able to use this trail.

Length 6.3 mi Elevation gain 1,049 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Horseback riding Nature trips Walking Bird watching Running Forest River Views Wildlife No dogs
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Lorie Gizinski
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DO NOT WALK THIS TRAIL!! I was really enjoying myself, the trail was a good combination of steep and regular, the foliage nice, lots of logging trails to detour to...the problem was on the way back down when returning the main trail, I suddenly had a deja vú of my dream from 2 months ago in which 2 HUGE daddy long leg spiders (think shelob sized) battled in front of me in a trail that looked EXACTLY like the one I was on !! right when I had this realization I looked down and saw a dead mole!! coincidence? I don't think so bub!! you bet your ASS I dropped my stuff and ran all the way back to the car....its been one hour and I'm still shaking. learn from my mistake...do not go to Kennedy creek

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Paul Streeter
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Almost all rocks & not marked at all-would have kept going but could not really tell a worn path - nowhere near the 6 miles advertised

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Max Hollander
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HikingBlowdownOver grownPrivate propertyRocky

*Active logging* The beginning is much like an over grown driveway of crushed black rock that turns to stones. There is a lot of tree cover on this section which gives it a nice start and end to the hike while in the shade. The middle is a service logging road that whines around up to the final push. The last section is a climb to the peak. The preset map trail was closed off due to active logging but I was able to take an alternate route that wrapped around to views over Summit Lake... but could not hit the true summit due to logging crane and safety (logs coming up hill and overhead suspended by cables).

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Josh Torres
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Hiking

Really nice trail, did not finish the hike. Half way we saw a bear and well we got scared. We ended up running back to the car

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Raelene Schifano
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Hiking

Good trail for hiking. Not a lot to see but great for training. Mostly uphill on the first half. Great view from the top.

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Allen B
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it's a hike up a logging road. good for exercise and some views of the bay.

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Jasmine Bartley
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Jeff Mydlar
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John Gramblin
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Jennifer Roberts
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Darwin Manning
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Chad Falgout
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Corey McCue
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Mindy Claussen
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Mindy Claussen
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Martin Lee
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David Keehn
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