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All reviews nature trail interpretive signs easy hike huge trees banana slugs great hike great scenery lake quinault lodge nice walk ranger station parking lot the olympic national park sitka spruce miles vegetation restrooms recreation
My husband and I hiked this gorgeous trail end of March. It’s a well maintained trail with some up and downhill sections. You can hear a creek rushing through, though you can’t always see it. You get to experience the rainforest’s denseness, coolness, and sheer...More
There are several trails of different length and difficulty level, We took a short one that led us through waterfall, took about half hour to complete. The trail goes through rainforest, with beautiful plants along the way.
One has to walk the Quinault Rain Forest Loop Trail to experience the strong sense of Otherworldliness Where Life Finds a Way to Thrive. The tall, massive conifers and lush mosses resembling green versions of horse manes drape tree branches give the impression that this...More
You can take several routes/circles here. Contrary to what at least one guidebook refers to as the 'trail of the giants' there is no such hike with that name here. I suspect the author just made that up as his own name (rangers had no...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our walk through this trail. It is a great example of a temperate rain forest. Beware that you need to pay for parking here unless you have your National Park pass. Display it on your dash. They want you to pay, but...More
Response from BruceWGSO | Reviewed this property |
Probably unnecessary. Undergrowth is unusually thick for a forest and less hospitable for bears to regularly navigate. I’ve taken the trail more than a dozen times, including at dusk, and never encountered bears no bear... More
Probably unnecessary. Undergrowth is unusually thick for a forest and less hospitable for bears to regularly navigate. I’ve taken the trail more than a dozen times, including at dusk, and never encountered bears no bear tracks.
Response from Cali4niahiker | Reviewed this property |
They are both very worthwhile. Hoh is slightly more showy with its hall of mosses trail. Hoh is a much longer way off Highway 101, 16 miles, I think. The Quinault Rainforest Trail is just a mile or 2 off the Highway 101.
We only saw a herd of elk over there; not much other than that. We didn't see any bear nor did we hear anything about bear over there. It was nice and peaceful while we were there. I hope this help and enjoy your trip.