North Fork Soleduck River Trail

Port Angeles, Washington 98362

North Fork Soleduck River Trail

North Fork Soleduck River Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This lightly used woodland trail follows the north fork of the Sol Duc River into a meadow that can be either a base camp for further explorations up the river, or a turnaround point. In August and September children can expect to see spawning salmon from the bridge or from natural rock benches along the riverbank.

Elk and deer are frequent visitors all year round, and if children miss seeing them they may find their tracks instead. The elk act as lawnmowers and grounds-keepers for the forest, grooming and trimming plants such as devil’s club and salmonberries so that the trail looks neat and tidy. A family’s best chance to see the big animals is in the fall and winter months, either early in the morning or late in the evening. This river has been proposed for Wild and Scenic River designation."

North Fork Soleduck River Trail Reviews

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Trail Information

Port Angeles
Nearby City
2.5
Distance
300 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Day hike or backpack
Duration
April to November
Season
1,500 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,800 feet
Top Elevation
Olympic National Park
Local Contacts
Green Trails No. 133 Mount Tom; Olympic National Park map
Local Maps

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Jul 2018