Looking for a great trail near Sequim, Washington? AllTrails has 24 great hiking trails, views trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Olympic National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Dungeness Recreation Area. Ready for some activity? There are 13 moderate trails in Sequim ranging from 1 to 32.3 miles and from 124 to 5,728 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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great trail!! awesome river views and the camp shelter is quite lovely.

hiking
no shade
12 days ago

I have always wanted to hike all the way to the lighthouse. Since this trail is basically a beach, the terrain is rocky, Sandy, and uneven but still easy to navigate. Lots of birds, even an elephant seal was on the shore today. What a great hike, even in this cold weather!

hiking
15 days ago

Trail was awesome. Started at about 930 and made it to the crash site by 1200. Ate lunch and shared some food with the local bird population. Trail was well kept and easy to follow. There was a few icy spots here and there and snow covered the crash site but wasn’t enough to keep me from exploring.

hiking
15 days ago

very beautiful trail. only got up about 2 miles, wanted to start back down before dark. We will be doing this one again. A few trees on the trail today and no snow. Lots of mud on the road up but even that wasn't bad.

hiking
22 days ago

came in from the deadfall side. ended up doing the snow Creek do to missing the sign for mount Zion. doubled back and fourth d the trail. view was worth the extra milage

hiking
27 days ago

Didn't see snow at 3,300ft, we only went up around 1mi but it's still nice. Narrow trail, on MLK day there were about 13 cars at the trailheads. We saw some cross country skiers going up so I'm assuming there is snow further up. We just didn't have the time to go further today. Trail is well marked and easy to find. Dogs are allowed on the first part in the National Forest, had our 2 dogs, we met another dog on the way down.

hiking
28 days ago

Nice gradual hike for 3 miles, with occasional glimpses of the mountains. At this juncture we went left and the trail got quite a bit steeper. (It also gets steeper pretty soon if you go straight/right.) There is a short mineshaft just off the trail right after the turn. just under a half mile up is an old bomber wreckage, which we missed on the way out. We continued up the valley from there and actually put on snowshoes for a while. Beautiful views on the back side if Iron Mountain.

hiking
1 month ago

A ton of downhill (uphill on the return) to get to a great bridge and pretty water make this a great workout hike! Very muddy in the wet season.

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail and a good workout hiking back out. All up hill! Love this trail with stunning bridge at the bottom

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail and easy to hike. River was raging this day. The beginning of the trail is not as pretty as the middle and end along the river

Great experience. Will do again.

hiking
1 month ago

Good winter hike if you want to hit minimal snow. Great springtime trip too as there are tons of Rhododendrons on the way down. Seldom busy with people is a plus for me. Smooth trail with a few muddy spots on the way down to the river. 2 large camps once you reach the river. Wild country beyond bridge up the Grey Wolf trail.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Went on 12/15/18- beautiful hike with gorgeous view of mt. baker while heading to the light house. Very windy the last mile but worth it to get the views at the top of the light house. On the way back we hit low tide and the hike was much easier as we headed toward the Olympic mountains. Not a dull moment during the trip. Nature in every direction, beautiful hike. Worth the 3$ pay to park

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Went up yesterday lower trail snow free and hit a good amount at the top. Very beautiful. We used micro spikes then snowshoes.

backpacking
2 months ago

Spent 4 days backpacking here with a student group. Being from South Carolina, this hike was insane. It is even harder with a pack. I have never seen views and been in altitudes like this hike before doing it! What a great trail. Tough part towards the top as someone from a flat area, but worth the slow and steady climb. Still can’t believe this is just a day hike for some folk...

hiking
2 months ago

10/13 (late entry). Beautiful hike. Did day hike in and out. Many were camped at the lower lake. A person was fishing lower Royal.

Nice walk on the spit! Morning of November 19th, 2018...

hiking
2 months ago

Went during low tide the walk is easier. Amazing opportunity for pics.

3 months ago

I liked the trail, though I didn’t summit. The forest was dark after crossing the river/ bridge- felt like I was going to have a animal encounter. But didn’t see any animals.

Initially, went to the wrong start at grey wolf which was disconnected due to a broken bridge. This start is at slab camp #838, which is correct.

Grey Wolf trail is close after a couple miles due to the bridge. Apparently there are no plans to replace. No access to the full trail and sign says go to slab camp #838.

backpacking
3 months ago

Hiked this with my son in September. This is a great hike for all ages and levels.

horseback riding
3 months ago

Very beautiful trail, well maintained and georgeous terrain.
With horses would not recomend crossing 2nd bridge due too slippery. But its just a short hike from there to the river. Nice leisurley horse back ride.

horseback riding
3 months ago

Awsome trail, very well maintained. Rode with my 2 horses and had a great time.
Trail was in very good condition.

hiking
3 months ago

hiked this about month ago and the trail was not hard the climb to buckhorn lake was long switch backs but well worth the hike just for the views

Wonderful hike. Not hard. Took us old folk five hours round trip with an hour for lunch and lots of photo stops. The dogs loved it. Gorgeous woods, pristine river, two foot bridges and open creek bed and meadows at Camp Handy,

hiking
4 months ago

Hiked this yesterday with four friends. We loved the hike and felt like it was a great one for a lot of people as the incline is gradual until you turn to head up to the wreckage. We enjoyed it all, explored a cave, saw the wreckage, added a couple extra miles to the trip because we let a directionally challenged person guide us, and still we all enjoyed it!

hiking
4 months ago

Went out October 10-14 and no bugs but very very cold. If you are going to the crash site it’s very well defined for a trail with some confusion at the top of the ridge where it starts to disappear but stay to the right and you will eventually see the wreckage appear to your left. We camped here our first couple nights.

If you are going to the mine we were told it was wet and slippery. The trail to the summits is confusing at mile 3.2, stay to the right and if you end up going to the mine that’s the trail headed left but a large portion of this area has been used for camping and everything looks like a hiking trail.

Another item to note is that once you past the Creek beyond the mine camps there is another split in the trail, if you go straight it’s shorter but very steep, if you go right it’s about twice as far but a lot easier especially if it’s wet.

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