The road going up to Blue Mtn. was narrow and windy plus you have to watch out for the locals coming down but once you get to the top (going 10-15 mph for 9 miles), you get some of the best views! Deer Park CG has a herd of 16ish deer who will stop at nothing to eat you sweat soaked shirts but it is as if you went back in time. The CG has a bathroom, nice camp sites (try the 400-500 level loop) and gorgeous views of Grey Wolf, Baldy and most of the east/south side of the Olympics. Walk the Deer Ridge trail to the Three Forks trail (TFT), about a quarter of a mile, and you get great views of the prairie and West facing ridges. Take TFT down about a half a mile and you will be on a ridge with lots of wildflowers and wonderful views. You could take the TFT the 3400 ft. vertical and 4.2 miles down to Grand Creek and camp at Three Forks Camp (very well maintained!). You can stay the night at TFC and head back up in the morning or hike the Grey Wolf trail all the way to the pass (@20 miles). The possibilities are endless!
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