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WhyNotVacay User reviewed Gray Wolf Trail
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The trail was more the we expected. It was a good challenge with a change up from your normal up then down...it was down, up then down then up then down and then in reverse. For November it was chilly but manageable and the scenery was soothing to the soul. We didn’t realize there were so many campsite and wished we’d taken our gear...next time!

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Stacy Oesterle reviewed Beach Trail via Fireweed Road
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Lots of mushrooms on the trail. The chicken met me at the trail head.

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Hannah Erickson reviewed Dungeness Spit Trail
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Wobbly on the rocks since the waves were crashing on the nice sandy bits.

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Easy to follow and well marked. Fireweed Road really is a road! It didn’t seem like 9 miles and app on phone said 7.8. We even did an additional side trail.

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Chuck Belanger reviewed Beach Trail via Fireweed Road
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HikingIcySnow

... Awesome trail! Up to the last two miles or so, it will be a very easy gradual incline. After that it might get a little steeper, but nothing to bad. Along the trail you’ll see many Rhododendron, hemlock trees and Douglas fir. Even though there aren’t many views along the trail, if you like to explore the native vegetation of the area, you’ll have a wonderful time. The airplane wreck is also pretty impressive place to take a look around! It was mid November, no snow for most parts of the trail, but towards the end there was about a foot of snow, be aware.

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Terri Neal reviewed Beach Trail via Fireweed Road
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Great day to be out in the fresh air

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Paul Brett reviewed Beach Trail via Fireweed Road
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HikingGreat!

Completed 11/20. Decent loop that I did clockwise. First half along the Manzanita and then Bluff trails has many interesting twist and turns, but only one lookout of the water. The rocky beach was a nice halfway point to take an extended break. Second half is along “Fireweed Road” which used to be a logging road and is now only open to hikers and bikers so it’s very flat. Overall, this is a great hike for beginners and those with young children. I bet mountain biking would be more fun than doing it on foot (saw a couple bikers). There are several off shoots to lengthen or shorten the hike and the terrain is pretty tame. Definitely on the easier side of moderate. AllTrails’ 9 mi distance for the loop listed here is accurate. Trailhead listed is somewhat small (only 6 or 7 cars fit) so on the weekends I could imagine it filling up early, but with how many offshoot trails there were I’m sure there are other places to park that access the trails around. Very well marked at each intersection.

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Adrienne Arceri reviewed Gray Wolf Trail
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Heidi Olson reviewed Discovery Bay Trail
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Nice, easy trail through the trees. Slight incline on the way out. There are a couple of nice viewpoints to see the ocean. A little muddy, but not too bad for this time of year.

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Danielle LaFleur reviewed Discovery Bay Trail
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Ashley Sandquist reviewed Royal Basin - Royal Lake
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Shelby Sundquist reviewed Royal Basin - Royal Lake
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Entire trail is snowy/ icy. The snow looked fresh and was nice enough to walk on. Less than an inch until the meadow campsites. There were several spots where water runs over the trail and had frozen- some of these were very slippery. On the climb to the basin, the snow was more like 6 inches deep (all powder) but there were spots where you really sink in to it. Hike felt pretty cold because most of it is shaded. Still, gorgeous. 4 stars because of the icy "stairs"

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HikingGreat!

What a nice trail! Well maintained. Lovely surroundings. Trails clearly marked.

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Alexander Perryman reviewed Dungeness Spit Trail
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Sarah Miller reviewed Royal Basin - Royal Lake
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Jake Mandozzi reviewed Dungeness Spit Trail
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John Adamson reviewed Royal Basin - Royal Lake
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It was soooo cold. Camped the night before the day hike, I mile-in at the fork between Upper Dungeness and Royal Basin. If I knew there were plenty of camp sites, I would have camped closer to Royal Creek. It was 27 degrees that night, glad I had enough gear to last. The whole hike was like hiking in a freezer until Around 1pm in the upper basin. Saw a few trail runners. It’s a good trail for it, but be aware of a large washout halfway, mud here and there and ice on the trail on the incline to Royal Lake. The ice is easy to see and navigate. No micro spikes just yet, or else you would be constantly taking them on/off. Fishing No fish in the upper Dungeness or Royal Creek. At Royal Lake, the cutthroat are spawning and showing their beautiful red fins with white outlines. You can see them from the bank. They are a bit picky because of their state of mind??? You can’t get much in because the gray jays scare them away when they fly around you and land on your pole.

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24 Oct- trail was starting to see snow, went out to the wreck and the mine. It was very interesting and sobering to see the wreckage and later read about the event. The hike was very easy, views were ok. Sites were what drew me to the hike

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What an amazing hike! Lots of cars but didn’t see many people and those we saw had good etiquette. Restroom at the main lot was clean but out of toilet paper. Plenty of parking. Light snow and lots of potholes/washboard on the way in. Trail itself was crisp and cool but no snow and we were quite comfortable in baselayers, beanies, and gloves with a light daypack. Trail is a little muddy in spots, but very well maintained and gorgeous river views. Lots of forest and nice turnouts to pause and lunch were plentiful. My dog was a little worried about the bridge crossing but made it with encouragement and treats. I live for trips like this one, already planning a thru hike up thru Marmot Pass and back down Tubal Caine next summer!

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Emily Mozzone reviewed Little Quilcene Trail (historical)
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