Anderson Pass

Brinnon, Washington 98320

Anderson Pass

Anderson Pass Professional Review and Guide

"A 10.5-mile backpack (one-way) from the Dosewallips Ranger Station to Anderson Pass. Begin at the Dosewallips Trailhead.

This popular hike follows the West Fork of the Dosewallips to Anderson Pass, connecting there with a spur trail to Anderson Glacier as well as the Enchanted Valley Trail. The hike currently begins with about 5.5 miles of hiking up a washed-out portion of the old Dosewallips Road."

Anderson Pass Reviews

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2 miles, 3,400' elevation gain. Route to the lake is very steep, and very slippery during inclement weather. Snow free to the lake. Camp sites are snow free. Deep snow in the high country.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
3,346 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Late June to mid-October
Olympic National Park
Local Contacts
USGS The Brothers, Mount Steel; Custom Correct The Brothers-Mount Anderson
Local Maps

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Jul 2018