The Upper Gray Wolf River

Sequim, Washington

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The upper portions of the trail offer a 22.7-mile backpack from the Slab Camp trail- head to the Dosewallips River. The valley of the Gray Wolf penetrates deep into the northeastern Olympics, providing opportunities for long backpacks into remote territory. The upper trail is commonly accessed via two different routes. They are the longer and steeper Three Forks Trail from Deer Park, a brief synopsis of which can be found in Additional Trails at the end of this section, and the Slab Camp Trail, discussed here. The lower Gray Wolf River Trail no longer connects with the upper portion of the valley due to a bridge washout.
Hiking Olympic National Park

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Hiking Olympic National Park

by Erik Molvar (Falcon Guides)

The upper portions of the trail offer a 22.7-mile backpack from the Slab Camp trail- head to the Dosewallips River. The valley of the Gray Wolf penetrates deep into the northeastern Olympics, providing opportunities for long backpacks into remote territory. The upper trail is commonly accessed via two different routes.

They are the longer and steeper Three Forks Trail from Deer Park, a brief synopsis of which can be found in Additional Trails at the end of this section, and the Slab Camp Trail, discussed here. The lower Gray Wolf River Trail no longer connects with the upper portion of the valley due to a bridge
washout.

© 2015 Erik Molvar/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Sequim
Distance: 22.7
Elevation Gain: 6,340 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Late May to mid-October
Local Contacts: Olympic National Park
Local Maps: USGS Tyler Peak, Maiden Peak, Wellesley Peak; Custom Correct Gray Wolf-Dosewallips
Driving Directions: Directions to The Upper Gray Wolf River

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