Six Ridge Primitive Trail

Olympic National Park, Washington

Distance9.6mi
Elevation Gain12,453ft
Trailhead Elevation4,389ft
Top4,673ft
Elevation Min/Max1482/4673ft
Elevation Start/End4389/4428ft

Six Ridge Primitive Trail

Six Ridge Primitive Trail is a hiking trail in Jefferson County and Mason County, Washington. It is within Olympic National Park. It is 9.6 miles long and begins at 4,389 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 20.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 12,453 feet. The trail ends near the Lake Sundown camp site. This trail connects with the following: South Fork Skokomish Trail, Mount Olson Way Trail and North Fork Skokomish River Trail.

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"A 10.6-mile (one way) extended trip on a wilderness route from the North Fork of the Skokomish to Lake Sundown."

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6/25/2000
The Graves Creek Road is washed out, adding a six mile hike to trailhead. Do not block road gate. Trail is clear of wind fall to Fire Creek. The suspension bridge below Enchanted Valley is out, hikers must ford the river. Trail is passable to stock to Enchanted Valley Ranger Station. Expect muddy, wet conditions at lower elevations, with blowdown across trail. Trail is covered with snow above the O'neil Pass Trail jct. Expect snow and avalanche danger beyond Enchanted Valley. Route navigation can be very difficult. Winter navigation, equipment, and survival skills highly recommended. Shelter in Enchanted Valley Chalet is for emergency use only.
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Olympic National Park
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Olympic National Park
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Olympic National Park
Local Contacts
USGS Mount Steel, Mount Christie; Custom Correct Enchanted Valley - Skokomish
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Nov 2018