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Fallsview Canyon Trail - No. 868

Contact Info
1835 Black Lk Blvd SW
Olympia, WA 98512

Phone:
360-956-2402
Basics
Length:
0.6 mile
Trailhead Elevation:
400 feet
Season:
Spring to Winter

Description

Fallsview Canyon Trail is 0.6 miles in length withmaximum grades upto 10-20%.

Campground, picnic tables,parking area, restrooms, water and garbage cans.

Campground and picnic area.Second-growth forest canyon trail leading to Big Quilcene River with rhododendrons and ferns.Views of Fallsview Waterfall.

Camping, hiking, fishing,and viewing scenery. Thirty campsites availablefor tents, trailers and motorhomes. No showersor hookups. Campground fee is $10 per night.Campground open May through September.Small picnic area with four sites is near thewaterfall overlook. Fishing in river. Statefishing licenses and seasons apply. Practice LEAVE NO TRACE techniques on your hike.

Motorized vehicles, mountain bicycles and stock are prohibited.

Details

Length:
0.6 mile
Trailhead Elevation:
400
Season:
Spring to Winter

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Drive 3.5 miles south of Quilcene toFallsview Campground. Campground is on thewest side of US Highway 101. Enter site andturn left and drive to picnic area parking lot.Fallsview Canyon Trail starts left of the parkingarea and goes downhill to the river. Note: TheFallsview Loop, to the right, provides access tothe waterfalls overlook and picnic tables.


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