Anderson Glacier

Mount Constance, Washington 98392

Anderson Glacier

Anderson Glacier Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This delightful hike takes you to the base of one of the largest glaciers in the Olympics, where you can explore moraine heaps being colonized by pioneer plants and a large sparkling lake fed by glacier meltwater. Follow alongside a chattering river through old-growth groves graced with an understory of showy Pacifi c rhododendrons, and traverse lush meadows donned in brilliant wildfl owers on your way to the rock and ice below 7321-foot Mount Anderson."

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Hiking Olympic National Park (Falcon Guides)
Erik Molvar
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"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." Read more

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7/4/2000
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

Mount Constance
Nearby City
33.2
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Jul–Oct
Season
Green Trails The Brothers, WA–No. 168
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Dec 2018