Flapjack and Black and White Lakes

Mount Skokomish, Washington

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This set of subalpine lakes is perched along a high divide separating Olympic National Park and the Mount Skokomish Wilderness. The Flapjacks are served with a good heaping of oldgrowth timber set beneath the craggy spires of Sawtooth Ridge, while Black and White sit cradled in an old burn zone carpeted in berry bushes and mountain ash that transform the area into living color come autumn.

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"This set of subalpine lakes is perched along a high divide separating Olympic National Park and the Mount Skokomish Wilderness. The Flapjacks are served with a good heaping of oldgrowth timber set beneath the craggy spires of Sawtooth Ridge, while Black and White sit cradled in an old burn zone carpeted in berry bushes and mountain ash that transform the area into living color come autumn."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mount Skokomish
Distance: 18.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: late Jun–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails Mount Steel No. 167
Driving Directions: Directions to Flapjack and Black and White Lakes

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May 2018