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hiking
muddy
snow
4 hours ago

A rainy and slushy day for a hike... with not much for views at the overlook due to the weather Parking lot trailhead is easily accessible

An ok way to spend a bit of time outdoors if you are close by and want a short jaunt. Kid and dog friendly. Two viewing decks off of the trail and parking lot...great for people with mobility issues.

hiking
muddy
10 hours ago

Great trail, was in good condition, some muddy spots but nothing you can’t navigate around if you don’t want to tromp through! Beautiful fall colors, so many great places to stop and rest if needed. Quiet trail and was very low key, not a lot of steep spots after the initial area when first getting into the trail.

hiking
muddy
snow
12 hours ago

Rain, sleet, and snow fell during the hike. Conditions were muddy but the trail was well maintained. Only about 15 hikers out. Didn’t require spikes, but would recommend boots. There was about 3-4 inches of fresh snow at the lake and higher elevations of the trail

hiking
12 hours ago

Hiked this one back in August on a camping trip to the Olympic National Forest! Awesome views and was able to catch the top right at the end of the day. We got back to the trailhead just before dark, and were the last two on the trail. Amazing views at the top made every switchback worth getting there. The ropes weren’t all that bad, but the bees at the top were relentless. I filmed the whole hike and threw it on YouTube for anyone interested to see what the trail is like. Thanks in advanced for checking it! HIKING MOUNT STORM KING - Olympic National Park, Washington https://youtu.be/jnJQouHmEJk

hiking
12 hours ago

Beautiful trail. Quite easy and lovely vistas. The fall colors were gorgeous. The only icky thing was the massive amount of dog poop at both sides of the trail as you begin. Seriously—pick up the poop, people. It’s not that hard. From the size of the poo it’s obvious these are large dogs and they come there quite often.

hiking
14 hours ago

This trail is beautiful. Such a nice, easy hike with so many amazing views. There was some work being done on the trail but could get right past it easily!

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
snow
16 hours ago

Trail is now a river, and the snow is starting to pack about ¾ the way up. Plan for cold and wet. Took about 3 hours to get up and back. Like all the other reviews, half the battle is getting your car past the pot holes. The road is in dire need of repair and we went about 5-8 mph in a 4x4 truck.

Pretty easy trail. The snow is manageable until the trail splits. From there the snow is very deep. At some points it was up to the middle of my calf. I made it to the top of source lake trail and saw the lake from above. The snow was coming down pretty good and the snow kept getting deeper so I decided to turn around just to be safe since I was alone. I would highly recommend hiking poles! Passed a lot of hikers which was surprising.

Not too muddy and rain wasn't bad with all the tree cover. 2nd time here.

hiking
muddy
16 hours ago

Absolutely beautiful and well marked trail. However, some of the trail is a steam during rainfall. Lots of down trees that don’t obstruct trail. We began at the lodge then at the end crossed to Sol Duc Falls trail to return. Ended up doing some backtracking due to water we couldn’t cross; took the road from the parking lot then through the campgrounds to the lodge. Wouldn’t suggest our route if really wet. 7.1 miles. We had pouring rain the last 2 miles.

hiking
muddy
17 hours ago

hiking
muddy
18 hours ago

hiking
muddy
18 hours ago

hiking
muddy
19 hours ago

Hit the trail on 10/19 about 8:15am, rained all morning and made for some slippery spots, recommend a walking stick or similar if its wet. Great views start about halfway up, but the view from the top is 100% better! Colors were great, rain was not, but still totally worth it! Took about 3.5 hours, I am not an athlete and it was doable.

hiking
no shade
19 hours ago

Follow the signs for the loop, and you’ll bypass the ATV road that cuts down, and loop east before circling back. The route back joins onto a few side roads, but signage is clear and a cool loop!

hiking
19 hours ago

Trail is really wet due to storm. The trail is like walking on a elevated riverbed. It's awesome though. There is no snow.

hiking
muddy
19 hours ago

hiking
muddy
19 hours ago

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
snow
19 hours ago

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