Tubal Cain Mine and Tull Canyon

Leland, Washington 98368

Tubal Cain Mine and Tull Canyon

Tubal Cain Mine and Tull Canyon Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This hike explores former mining communities and the wreckage of a B-17 Flying Fortress. The Tubal Cain Mine Trail begins in a young forest of fir, hemlock, and rhododendron. Wide and flat, the trail gently guides you past the Silver Creek shelter and over a log bridge that spans the creek. Soon the trail climbs up into Copper Creek Canyon and the Buckhorn Wilderness, before flattening out along the slopes above Copper Creek. After about 3 miles of smooth trail, you’ll reach the Tull Canyon Trail and an exploratory adit dug by the mining companies. The tunnel only goes back 50 feet or so, though we don’t recommend you do any exploring here.

This hike has a little bit of everything, from lakes and creeks to canyons and mountain passes. With multiple destinations along the trail, you can tailor this hike depending on your time and company."

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Trail Information

Leland
Nearby City
8.5
Distance
1,600 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
4-5 hours
Duration
Best season: May–Oct
Season
Hood Canal Ranger District—Quilcene, 295142 Highway 101 S., PO Box 280, Quilcene, WA 98376; (360) 765 2200; fs.usda.gov/olympic
Local Contacts
USGS Mount Townsend; Green Trails Map #136 (Tyler Peak)
Local Maps

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Dec 2018