Wynoochee Pass Trail

EASY 2 reviews
#132 of 161 trails in

Wynoochee Pass Trail is a 7.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Grisdale, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until November.

7.6 miles
2,749 feet
Out & Back

kid friendly



nature trips




no dogs

From Aberdeen, drive west 9 miles to Wynoochee River Road Gust before Montesano. Turn left and drive 33 miles to Forest Service Road 2270. Go straight on Forest Service Road 2270 and drive 12 miles to Forest Service Road 2270-400. Turn right and drive 2 miles to the trailhead.

16 days ago

Visited 9/2/18. Confusing turn on 2270 somewhere between 10-11 miles or so. Take left over bridge. Do not take straight/slight right into 2270-300.

Scree starts the hike for 150 ft or so. Enter ONP about half mile after trailhead. Old growth, waterfalls, perhaps not exactly “easy.” A solid Olympic National Park hike.

Thursday, June 05, 2014

We hiked this trail from the 2270 - 400 road, above Wynoochee Lake, beginning late, around 2 pm. It was a hike full of beautiful scenery and rugged terrain. Some side-slope scrambling, lots of roots and rock outcrops in the trail and several "interesting" stream crossings. There was only a little snow left near the pass and we turned back at 5 o'clock without quite reaching the pass. My feet became sore going downhill on the return trip so it was 6:45 by the time we returned to the truck for our drive home. I look forward to returning later this Summer to hike to Sundown Lake and back.