Peabody Creek Trail - Olympics

Olympic National Park

8:30AM - 3:30PM
Tue, Nov 13, 2012

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Olympic National Park. An easy trail to get to from Hwy 101, it begins at the Olympic Park Visitors Center and gently leads into the foothills. WTA hopes you'll join to provide some maintenance for this trail that provides some forest solitude just outside of Port Angeles. We will be replacing some rotten steps and building some new ones. Also will do some brushing. Hike to the worksite is about 2 miles.

The Peabody Creek trail is a gentle 2.7 mile trail that begins in Port Angeles at the ONP Visitors Center and parallels the Hurricane Ridge Road (and Peabody Creek) as it heads towards the Olympic foothills.

Driving directions:
We'll meet at the ONP Visitor (Information) Center in Port Angeles. Take Highway 101 to Port Angeles and from downtown turn south on Race Street (signed for Hurricane Ridge and visitors center) and follow for 0.9 miles. Crossing Park Ave. Race Street becomes Mt Angeles Road and in 0.1 miles the vistors center will be on the right. 3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362

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GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head


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