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Giant Sitka Spruce Trail

0.5 Miles
Easy
2
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Trail added on:
March 18, 2017
Updated on:
June 06, 2018

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The Giant Sitka Spruce Trail in Olympic National Forest is an easy 0.5 mile out-and-back hike that leads down to the world's largest Sitka Spruce tree.

This is one of the best short hiking trails in Olympic National Forest and the Quinault Rain Forest region.

Parking is free at the trailhead.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Season

Spring

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47.475759, -123.830517

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43 '

Total Change
98 '

Ascent
91 '

Descent
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0.5 miles
Trail added
March 18, 2017
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