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Key Peninsula Hiking

Basics
Location:
Key Peninsula
Length:
About 20 miles, 5 miles of spur trails
Difficulty:
Easy
Trailhead Elevation:
0 feet
Elevation Range:
375 feet
Season:
Year-Round

Description

An extensive system of trails extends along Key Peninsula just north of Olympia. The trail strings its way from the Cushman Trail in the North (already linked to Gig Harbor) to Devil's Head in the south by following various rights of way and connecting the pearls of interesting properties and places along the way.

Estimated at about 20 miles in length, with 5 miles of spur trails, the trail lends itself nicely to weekend backpacking with "civilized" camping at several state parks and "wilderness" camping along the way.

Details

Location:
Key Peninsula
Length:
About 20 miles, 5 miles of spur trails
Difficulty:
Easy
Trailhead Elevation:
0
Elevation Range:
375
Season:
Year-Round
Fees:
No known fees
Camping Info
Camping available at state parks along the way
Additional Details:
Passes through Haley State Park, Herron Bay Beach, Joemma Beach State Park, and Penrose State Park

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