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Geoff Uhlemann reviewed Merriman Falls
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worth a 10 minute stop if nearby but not worth a detour

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Geoff Uhlemann reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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portion along lake is okay but rest is really nice

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Found a pair of jabree wireless headphones, left them at the start of the trail under one of the overhang signs. Also there was no road closure today

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Shelley McCracken reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Extremely beautiful! Very ancient moss-draped forest with streams and waterfalls. Not too steep but challenging enough in hot weather. Well shaded and well maintained path.

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Justin Juschka reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Solid loop with beautiful views of Lake Quinnault

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David Stewart reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Well-maintained trail. Mostly in the shade. A perfect walk for our first afternoon on the Olympic Peninsula.

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Paulina Hazen reviewed Fletcher Canyon Trail
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Okay guys, the state of this trail is a bit dire. I would say if the trail was maintained it would be a moderate hike, but with the amount of scrambling and attention to footwork, the trail is definitely difficult. Didn’t make it all the way to the top, the senior dog was having extreme difficulties, and turned back about 1.75 miles in. Would be a super fun trail if you were out with an adult and agile pup or children who are outdoor savvy over the age of 7. Would love to go back and try again with different company. Beautiful scenery!

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Liz Wolter reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Nice easy hike with beautiful ferns, mossy trees, waterfalls, huge trees and some of the largest mushrooms I've ever seen.

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Lisa Kissinger reviewed Merriman Falls
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*was a great short place to take the littles *right off road ( no sign) * no bathroom * limited parking * pretty

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Anna A reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Not too busy for a Friday morning. Most folks wore masks. Trail was clear and dry.

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A nicely maintained trail with a few stretches of strenuous climbing and downhill navigation through muddy water streams. We only hiked up to the O’Neil Creek campground, which was marked as 6.5 mi on the trailhead but AllTrails recorded closer to 15mi for the out and back journey so be prepared to push a little further than expected. However once we arrived we were able to sit down and have a nice lunch by the river before heading back. Bugs were a minor irritation along the way but manageable. Be mindful of animal droppings on the trail. Views from both Pony Bridge and Graves Creek Bridge are impressive! Would love to return and make it all the way to Enchanted Valley as a multi-day overnight trip.

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Peter Zhong reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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We did the hike on a Wednesday morning, entered from the parking lot of Rain Forest Nature Loop, and barely met any people along the trail. The rainforest portion of the loop hike was pretty fun, but the 1-mile portion from the Quinault Lodge back to the parking lot had the best view IMO. It was a pretty flat and easy hike all the way.

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Kailin Hu reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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This is a well-maintained trail, with multiple entry points - across from Quinault Lodge, at the Willaby Campground, or at the bigger parking lot of the Rain Forest Nature Loop. Interesting walk where you get a change of scenery every now and then, including the forest, the old Quinault Lodge, and lake views. Note that you don't need to go through the Lodge, but can find the trail outback of the Lodge. I did spend a few mins at the Lodge, though, reading some of the history. Made for a unique hike!

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Very pleasant hike. Started Sat evening at 4 p.m., reached the chalet at 8:30 p.m. Returning back to the TH on Sunday took just as long as the hike out. After Pony Bridge, our feet were in a lot of pain, so the last 2.5 mi back to the TH seemed interminable.

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Kelly Rice-Reynolds reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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Great loop of well maintained gorgeous connected trails. Well labeled with maps at each point (if they aren’t torn down that is). We took a photo of the map at the trailhead to be safe. Trailhead was difficult to find. The official trailhead is directly across form Lake Quinault lodge. No parking available there. We continued down South Beach Road and parked just passed the Smokey the bear sign in a small lot on the left hand side. There is a trail map on a board there and two ways to access the trail. Didn’t run into too many people for a gorgeous sunny Saturday afternoon, most were wearing masks.

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David Dion reviewed Quinault Loop Trail
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