Kloshe Nanitch Trail

Pysht, Washington

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Teetering on an outcrop on Snider Ridge high above the glacially carved Sol Duc Valley is the Kloshe Nanitch lookout. A replica of the 1920s wooden cupola-like house that once graced this high ledge, it is every bit as graceful as the original. Chinook Jargon for “stand guard” or “stand watch,” Kloshe Nanitch once served as a fire lookout in the early days of the Olympic National Forest. But while fires are now patrolled by aircraft, thousands of acres of the rugged surroundings can still be spotted from this restored post.
Day Hiking: Olympic Peninsula - 2nd Edition

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Day Hiking: Olympic Peninsula - 2nd Edition

by Craig Romano (The Mountaineers Books)

Teetering on an outcrop on Snider Ridge high above the glacially carved Sol Duc Valley is the Kloshe Nanitch lookout. A replica of the 1920s wooden cupola-like house that once graced this high ledge, it is every bit as graceful as the original.

Chinook Jargon for “stand guard” or “stand watch,” Kloshe Nanitch once served as a fire lookout in the early days of the Olympic National Forest. But while fires are now patrolled by aircraft, thousands of acres of the rugged surroundings can still be spotted from this restored post.

© 2016 Craig Romano/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Pysht
Distance: 6.4
Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: April to November
Trailhead Elevation: 1,100 feet
Top Elevation: 3,160 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Olympic National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Snider Peak
Driving Directions: Directions to Kloshe Nanitch Trail

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