The Moat Lake Circuit is a fun route into the Strathcona Park alpine. Hike to the summits of Castlecrag Mountain, Mount Frink, and Mount Albert Edward.
The Skokomish and Upper Duckabush river valleys are hidden gems in Olympic National Park. Hike with the resident herds of Roosevelt elk.
The Elk River Trail is a gateway to the highest peaks in Strathcona Park. Hike to Landslide Lake and enjoy views of Colonel Foster, Elkhorn, and Rambler.
The Kwai Lake Loop follows the popular trails of Forbidden Plateau in Strathcona Park. Camp overnight or complete the loop as a challenging day trip.
The North Coast Route is a spectacular coastal wilderness hike in Olympic National Park. Most of the route is along the beach. Tide charts are essential.
The Bedwell Lakes Trail provides a well-engineered access into the subalpine of Strathcona Park. There are good campsites at the lakes with excellent views.
Jack’s Trail provides direct access to the Strathcona Park subalpine. Views of Mount McBride, Marble Peak, Golden Hinde, Mount Phillips, and Mount Myra.