Olympic Hiking Trails

Hike the Olympic Peninsula

Rising sharply from the Pacific Ocean, Olympic National Park offers hiking opportunities ranging from walks on the beach, to climbing glaciated peaks. Beautiful rain forests, valleys, alpine meadows, and expansive vistas make the Olympic Mountains and the rest of the Olympic Peninsula, one of the Northwest's best hiking and backpacking destinations.

Hiking Olympic National Park is an experience not to be missed. The Hoh Rain Forest on the western edge of the mountains offers short and long trails which wind through moss shrouded forests. Experience Sol Duc Falls, hike to high divide, and after the trip enjoy a soak at Sol Duc Hot Springs. Hurricane Ridge offers stunning views, and plenty of trails to soak in the vistas.

Total Trails Found: 13

Trail Name Length High Point Region
Duckabush River 12 mi 4300' Olympic Mountains
Enchanted Valley 19 mi 1250' Olympic Mountains
High Divide 17.5 mi 5400' Olympic Mountains
Hoh River 14 mi 4200' Olympic Mountains
Hurricane Hill Trail 1.5 mi 5757' Olympic Mountains
Lake of the Angels 8 mi 4800' Olympic Mountains
Mink Lake 3 mi 3080' Olympic Mountains
Mount Ellinor 5 mi 5' Olympic Mountains
Mt. Storm King 3 mi 4000' Olympic Mountains
Obstruction Peak 9 mi 6450' Olympic Mountains
Royal Basin 7 mi 5120' Olympic Mountains
Skyline 45 mi 5400' Olympic Mountains
Skyline Trail 30 mi 5300' Olympic Mountains