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Clear Creek Trail

Basics
Location:
Along Clear Creek in Silverdale
Length:
About 5 miles long
Difficulty:
Easy
Trailhead Elevation:
0 feet
Season:
Year-Round

Description

This beautiful little stream, with it’s headwaters several miles north of Silverdale, arrives at a pleasant estuary and then drains into Dyes Inlet, part of the Puget Sound. A scenic trail winds along Clear Creek.

The trail is a great location for birdwatching. Osprey, great blue herons, and bald eagles are frequently spotted. In the fall, brilliant red salmon spawn in the creek, and can often be seen from the trail.

Voted "Best Hidden Hiking Trail" in Evening Magazine's Best of Western Washington.

Details

Location:
Along Clear Creek in Silverdale
Length:
About 5 miles long
Difficulty:
Easy
Trailhead Elevation:
0
Season:
Year-Round
Fees:
No known fees

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Trail access can be found throughout Silverdale, along State Highway 3 and 303

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