6-7 miles up and back, 1200 foot climb. Starts out at the mouth of the Salmon River, winds through rain forest, then up a hill. Hikers are rewarded with Spctacular views of the ocean, coast and river valley for more than half of the hike. The day we were there, we could see for miles down the coastline. The weather was beautiful, and there was a crowd at the top of the mountain (but we saw very few people while on the trail).
We took 1 hour and 15 minutes to the top, and are middle aged (I'm 50, but can't share my wife's age), and are in decent shape.
The trail is maintained by the Nature Conservancy.
Great day hike!
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