Big Creek Nature Trail is a two spoon accessible hike through the rainforest located near Hoodsport, WA.
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Marymere Falls is a two- or five-spoon hike through old growth forest near Lake Crescent, Washington.
Hoh Rainforest River Walk takes you through Spruce rainforest to Alder groves and views of the Hoh river. It is rated two spoons, located near Forks, WA.
Madison Falls is a 1/10 mile one spoon wheelchair accessible trail to waterfall near Port Angeles, WA.
Trail Report: S Fork Hoh to Big Flat is a five spoon backcountry hike near Forks, Washington
Trail Report: Gatton Creek Trail, Lake Quinault is a one - three spoon hike to a bridge overlooking a waterfall near Lake Quinault.
Trail Report: Lake Aldwell/Elwha Dam Overlook is a two spoon, partially wheelchair accessible trail near Port Angeles.
Lyre Conservation Area is a two spoon 2 mile hike along a gravel road through mixed forest to the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Port Angeles, WA.
Spruce Railroad is a 6 mile four spoon hike along Lake Crescent with the option of a two spoon hike to a popular photo spot.
Elk Creek Conservation Area is rated a three spoon hike along a creek in quiet temperate rainforest in Forks, Washington.