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Best trails in Sequim

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Looking for a great trail near Sequim, Washington? AllTrails has 32 great hiking trails, views trails, forest 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 Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve or Dungeness Recreation Area. Ready for some activity? There are 16 moderate trails in Sequim ranging from 2.1 to 32.3 miles and from 124 to 5,380 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Top trails (32)
#1 - Dungeness Spit Trail
Dungeness Recreation Area
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Length: 10.2 mi • Est. 4 h 12 m
Note: Lighthouse is currently CLOSED but grounds, restrooms, and picnic tables are still open. Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge provides a great place to check out waterfowl and seabirds on the coast. First things first: this is an epically long hike on sand. It doesn't appear to be so bad from the start, but the spit is deceptively long. That said, it's a great way to spend a nice day. The nice part is that you can turn back at any point, there are no monumental landmarks along the way that you'll miss if you don't make the end. That doesn't mean there is nothing to see, however. The beach is a combination of fine sand and large cobbles - with enough variation in color and composition to keep it interesting. There are plenty of cairns constructed, seemingly, just for the sake of building cairns. The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and Dungeness Bay provide a sheltered area for thousands of seabirds and waterfowl, be sure to bring your guidebook to identify them. And, as always, the flotsam of the Pacific Ocean is washed up onshore - including unique beach glass and fishing floats among the ubiquitous plastic shards.Show more
#2 - Royal Basin - Royal Lake
Olympic National Park
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Length: 15.8 mi • Est. 8 h 21 m
#3 - Tubal Cain Trail
Olympic National Forest
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Length: 18.9 mi • Est. 10 h 38 m
#4 - Gray Wolf Trail
Buckhorn Wilderness
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Length: 7 mi • Est. 3 h 43 m
Please note the trail used to continue past the marked route on the map. You will come across signs telling you not to continue. It is washed out, down a ravine with a washed out bridge, and very dangerous. Do not cross sign indicating the end of the trail.Show more
#5 - Goat Lake Trail
Olympic National Forest
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Length: 9.8 mi • Est. 6 h 23 m
#6 - Slab Camp Trail
Olympic National Park
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 3 h 8 m
#7 - Upper Dungeness Trail to Handy Camp
Olympic National Park
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 3 h 7 m
#8 - Tull Canyon Trail via Tubal Cain Trail
Olympic National Forest
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Length: 8.9 mi • Est. 5 h 3 m
#9 - Deer Ridge Trail
Olympic National Park
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Length: 9.2 mi • Est. 5 h 42 m
#10 - Beach Trail via Fireweed Road
Miller Peninsula State Park
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Length: 4.1 mi • Est. 1 h 55 m
Users have reported that the trails are not marked well. This hike is through an undeveloped Washington State Park near Diamond Point on the Miller Peninsula between Discovery Bay and Sequim Bay on the Olympic Peninsula. Except for the final mile, or so, as the trail goes down to the beach, it is on old logging roads. You should see blooming Western Rhododendrons along the trail in May. Beautiful forest of second growth Douglas fir and western red cedar with lush undergrowth of salal, ocean spray, and other typical Pacific Northwest plants. The beach is totally undeveloped with views of Protection Island. It is very rocky, and at high tide the beach is difficult to walk. We saw an immature bald eagle, pigeon guillemots, and black oyster catchers at the beach.Show more
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