Obstruction Point Road is a 14.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Port Angeles, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and scenic driving and is best used from January until April.
The drive to Obstruction Point is not as scary as the drive to Deer Park, but a close second. The views are great but you better have confidence in whoever is driving the car. The hikes at the end are awesome.
Not sure I would call this a hiking trail, It's a road, we drove it, to many cars on it to hike, unless you like dust in your face after cars go by
Closed in July 2013 repairs being made
The drive alone is worth visiting Obstruction Point. You experience some of the most incredible views the Olympics have to offer all from the seat of your car. Lots of Olympic Marmots and wildflowers so don't forget your camera. This is a starting point for us when hiking our 6 Pass Hike every year. Leaving Obstruction Point we then cross Grand, Cameron, Lost, Hayden, Constance, and Marmot Passes. It's an amazing 6 day retreat.