Hoh River Nature Trails and Happy Four Camp

Fairholm, Washington 98362

Hoh River Nature Trails and Happy Four Camp

Hoh River Nature Trails and Happy Four Camp Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"The nature trails and the Hoh River trail all depart from the Hoh River Ranger Station on a single trail. The trail immediately crosses a marshy creek and climbs to a split. Before you leave the creek, spend a few moments looking at the aquatics of the stream, which is a brilliant green abstract of rushing water and billowing grasses.

Most impressive is a sedge, the small-flowered bulrush. Whether you hike the short loops or continue on the Hoh River trail, you will see that the rain forest is predominated with Sitka spruce, followed by fire-resistant Douglas firs and western redcedar. Bigleaf maples, often festooned with licorice ferns, and vine maple add to the splendor any season of the year."

Hoh River Nature Trails and Happy Four Camp Reviews

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7/28/2009
This trail is a beautiful display of the Olympic Rain Forest. The trail is well maintained and an easy hike.
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Trail Information

Fairholm
Nearby City
14
Distance
230 feet
Elevation Gain
Several options
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
Hikable: Year-round, Best flowers: May through August
Season
Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center
Local Contacts
Green Trails Nos. 133 Mount Tom and 134 Mount Olympus
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Dec 2018