Quilcene Ridge and Notch Pass Professional Review and Guide
"Through a pass high on Quilcene Ridge, retrace an ancient Native American route. In the 1930s, Roosevelt’s Tree Army—the Civilian Conservation Corps—constructed a good trail over the centuries-old route. By the 1960s, however, the trail was abandoned.
Then in the 1990s, a Forest Service wilderness crew, the Quilcene Ranger Corps, and a Washington Trails Association work party restored and reopened it. The way is steep, and there aren’t many views, but a hike through Notch Pass is a quiet walk back in time."