Three Forks Trail

Olympic National Park, Washington

Distance3.9mi
Elevation Gain3,986ft
Trailhead Elevation2,136ft
Top5,372ft
Elevation Min/Max2134/5372ft
Elevation Start/End2136/2136ft

Three Forks Trail

Three Forks Trail is a hiking trail in Clallam County, Washington. It is within Olympic National Park. It is 3.9 miles long and begins at 2,136 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 8.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,986 feet. This trail connects with the following: Deer Ridge Trail #846 and Upper Gray Wolf River Trail.

Three Forks Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This route is primarily used by backpackers to reach the remote Gray Wolf and Cameron Creek valleys—and beyond—but strong day hikers can easily get to Three Forks. It’s returning that’s a challenge. After admiring the cascading confluence of the Gray Wolf, Cameron, and Grand waterways, brace yourself for one stiff climb back to the trailhead.

Pass through silver snags left over from an old burn and plummet through flowering meadows and the remains of a more recent burn. The grade is steep and the tread rough in places—trekking poles will come in handy.

Dogs are prohibited."

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Trail Information

Olympic National Park
Nearby City
Olympic National Park
Parks
Difficult
Skill Level
Camping
Additional Use
Wildflowers
Features
Olympic National Park, Wilderness Information Center
Local Contacts
Green Trails Olympic Mountains East No. 168S, Custom Correct Gray Wolf–Dosewallips
Local Maps

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Nov 2018