Lower Gray Wolf River

Sequim, Washington 98382

Lower Gray Wolf River

Lower Gray Wolf River Professional Review and Guide

"Hike along the tumbling, churning Gray Wolf River through groves of old-growth conifers and over cascading feeder creeks. This is a perfect winter leg stretcher or spring woodland ?ower hike, and there’s always an excellent chance of spotting a big critter along the way.

Gray Wolf Trail No. 834 starts by following an old logging road. Descending, take in good views of Maynard Peak and the portal to Gray Wolf Canyon."

Lower Gray Wolf River Reviews

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10/13/2009
The best part of this hike was conditional - I had the trail completely to myself. Of course, I went during the middle of the week, so that helps. The trail itself is very interesting, there have been some major changes to it over the course of the years. It follows an old logging road for a good distance and the elevation gains and losses keep it interesting. There are also some good views. Once you reach the river there are a few spots to camp. The trail is well kept.
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7/15/2008
I'm more into alpine views myself so this wasn't quite my ideal trip. However, it's everything you'd come to expect in an area close to the only rainforest in the 48 states. Even though you're not technically in the Hoh Rain Forest, it feels like you are. The river runs through some really deep cuts in the mountain side and likewise, some very difficult places to pass. There's been a lot of storm damage and I'm not sure how much has been repaired since. We had to cross the river at a log and it was difficult to pick up the trail since the bridge was out. Only camp sites are by the river and so it's hard to get away from the sound if you need quiet to sleep.
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Trail Information

Sequim
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
7 miles
Distance
900 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
Year-round
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Views, Wildflowers
Features
Olympic National Forest, Hood Canal Ranger District, Quilcene
Local Contacts
Green Trails Olympic Mountains East No. 168S, Custom Correct Buckhorn Wild-erness
Local Maps

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Jul 2018