Hoh River Trail
Key information: Hoh River Trail
- The Hoh River Trail runs near the eponymous river, through the heart of the superb Hoh Rainforest on the western side of the Olympic National Park, among huge and ancient maple, spruce, Douglas fir and hemlock and giant ferns.
- Just under 9km round trip, or you can continue on to Glacier Meadows. A place some 3 miles further on is claimed to be the quietest spot in the U.S. Hmm.
- The Hoh is one of the busiest places in the Olympic NP due to it being the most famous rainforest.
- Most hikers visit during the summer months, so we suggest you come in spring or on autumn weekends.
This is remote mountain walking, on which you will have to be self-sufficient and the weather is often bad here. Come prepared.
ANYONE GOT ANY GOOD PHOTOS? WE WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO POST THEM!
For more information and photos, including detailed practical information and some warnings, see our Olympic Np walk page.
- Walkopedia rating80
- Natural interest18
- Human interest0
- Negative points2
- Total rating80
- Note: Neg: likely bad weather
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: N/A
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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