Larch Mountain

Olympia, Washington 98599

Larch Mountain

Larch Mountain Professional Review and Guide

"This route takes a logging road to the summit. There is rarely traffic on the road. You can forget about the worries of motor bike encounters on a narrow trail, yet still enjoy all the views of the trail routes.

From Interstate 5 at Olympia, take Exit 104 west onto U.S. Highway 101. Go 10.7 miles just past milepost 17 and turn left onto State Route 8. There is a low sign pointing south to Rock Candy Mountain and north to Summit Lake. Head south and enter the off-road vehicle trailhead area on the B-Line Road. Park here for a 17-mile run that includes the road referenced for the 7-mile run. For the 7-mile run, continue on the road to a powerline junction after the road narrows about 1.5 miles
from the ORV parking."

Larch Mountain Reviews

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The directions to the trailhead are very difficult to follow. We actually could not find the trailhead and kept backtracking until we found another trail (Rocky Candy Mtn) and instead took that one. It may have not been the fault of the posting but that the trails here were not wellmarked.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
1,200 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
2 hours
Department of Natural Resources
Local Contacts
Department of Natural Resources Capitol State Forest
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018