Irely Lake

Eldon, Washington

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The trail begins in the rainforest river bottoms of the Quinault’s North Fork. It runs northward among the stout trunks of old-growth red cedar and Sitka spruce, climbing in short bursts across the forested benchlands. Ferns and mosses grow from every available surface, suffusing the landscape with green. After 0.7 mile the trail crosses tiny Irely Creek and begins to follow its meandering, brush-choked channel. Salmonberries and thimbleberries grow side by side along the stream’s course.

Irely Lake Professional Review and Guide

"The trail begins in the rainforest river bottoms of the Quinault’s North Fork. It runs northward among the stout trunks of old-growth red cedar and Sitka spruce, climbing in short bursts across the forested benchlands.

Ferns and mosses grow from every available surface, suffusing the landscape with green. After 0.7 mile the trail crosses tiny Irely Creek and begins to follow its meandering, brush-choked channel. Salmonberries and thimbleberries grow side by side along the stream’s course."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Eldon
Distance: 2.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1.5-3 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Mount Christie, Bunch Lake; Custom Correct Quinault-Colonel Bob
Driving Directions: Directions to Irely Lake

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May 2018