Queets River

Forks, Washington 98331

Queets River

Queets River Professional Review and Guide

"Though the Queets is the peninsula’s wildest rainforest valley, many a hiker has never ventured into this enchanting corner of Olympic National Park. The main deterrent is the intimidating and often challenging ford of the Queets River at the trailhead. But for those who venture across this wild waterway, a wilderness valley of abandoned homesteads, mossy maple groves, towering evergreens, and prolific elk await.

Queets River ford required, only safe during low flows (typically in late summer) and even then often challenging. Dogs are prohibited."

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Trail Information

Forks
Nearby City
10.6 miles
Distance
300 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Late July to September
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Olympic National Park, Wilderness Information Center
Local Contacts
Green Trails Kloochman Rock No. 165, Custom Correct Queets Valley
Local Maps