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24
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18
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3
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9
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Brinnon has 24 trails in the vicinity, including 18 hiking trails, 3 for backpacking and 9 for other activities. These trails range from 1.5 to 42.2 miles in length. The longest trail in Brinnon is Duckabush River a well-known trail measuring 42.2 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Murhut Falls , Dosewallips State Park and Duckabush River and Big Hump. Trails.com member Timothy L. recently completed Duckabush River and Big Hump.
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This is a 4.4-mile round-trip wilderness route to Lake Constance for backpackers along ...
This secluded tarn is tucked in a cleft high on Mount Constance, a mind-blowing setting. ...
A 21.1-mile backpack (one-way) from Forest Road 2510 to Marmot Lake.
A 14.2-mile round-trip day hike to the summit of Mount Jupiter. This trail follows a high ...
A 7.9-mile (one way) side-trip day hike or backpack from the Dosewallips Ranger Station ...
Follow a short and easy trail to a beautiful 130-foot, two-tiered waterfall set in a tight ...
A 12.7-mile (one-way) backpack from the Dosewallips Ranger Station to Dose Meadows.
A 10.5-mile backpack (one-way) from the Dosewallips Ranger Station to Anderson Pass. Begin ...
A 6.4-mile trip (one-way) from the West Fork of the Dosewallips to the Duckabush River. ...
Although it features some exceptionally nice views along the way, the Duckabush River ...
A network of walking trails wanders through the subalpine meadows atop Hurricane Ridge. ...
This trail offers one of the easiest ascents to a summit in the Olympic Mountains. From ...
The trail begins at the historic Interrorem Ranger Station. This tightly built log cabin ...
Mount Anderson is one of the major interior peaks of the Olympic Mountains. It is also ...
Severed by a washout, Dosewallips Road has been closed to vehicles since 2002. While its ...
The 425-acre Dosewallips State Park, well-known for family-friendly camping and great ...
The Duckabush River Trail travels more than 20 miles into the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, ...
From a historical ranger station—the oldest in the Olympics—travel back to the early days ...
This is a long, bone-dry, and at times steep trek to a former fire lookout site ...
This trail is a beautiful introduction to the magnificence of Olympic National Park. The ...
This popular 6-acre campground is one of the few national forest campgrounds located on ...
This 425-acre park encompasses 5,500 feet of saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal and 5,400 ...
Historic, single-story, 24 x 20-foot, peeled-log cabin with kitchen, living room, bedroom, ...
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