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Duckabush Trail - No. 803

Contact Info
1835 Black Lk Blvd SW
Olympia, WA 98512

Phone:
360-956-2402
Basics
Length:
6.7 miles
Trailhead Elevation:
270 feet
Season:
Spring to Winter

Description

Maintained only during the summer months. The trail is an easygrade for 2.4 miles and becomes more difficultwhile climbing over Big Hump. The trail overBig Hump is steep and the tread is loose rock.The grade becomes moderate again west of Big Hump all the way to the Park boundary. There are numerous camps along the trail. This trail isconsidered moderate, but most difficult for stock.

This trail follows the Duckabush River and enters Olympic National Park at 6.7 miles. Overnight visitors entering the Park via this trailwill need to obtain a Park Wilderness permit (available at the trailhead).

There is a parking area at thestock unloading area as well as at the trailhead.There is a toilet at the trailhead, but the nearestpotable water is at Collins Campground whenthe campground is open (May to September).

This trail is a pleasant hike with arest area near the river at 2.4 miles after LittleHump. The most popular camping and fishingarea is at "5 mile Camp”.

Backpacking, horsebackriding, day hiking, fishing, scenery and wildlifeobservation. Practice LEAVE NO TRACE techniques during your trip.

Trail is closed to motorized vehiclesand mountain bikes. Fires above 3,500 feetelevation and groups consisting of more than 12 people and /or 8 livestock are prohibited withinThe Brothers Wilderness and the Park. Firearms and pets are prohibited in the Park

Details

Length:
6.7 miles
Trailhead Elevation:
270
Season:
Spring to Winter

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Travel US Highway 101 to theDuckabush Recreation Area, FS Road #2510 (22miles north of Hoodsport). Turn west and drive6 miles to FS Road #2510-060 and the trailhead.


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