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Explore the most popular backpacking trails in Olympic National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you. SEASONAL ROAD CLOSURE: Roads leading to this trailhead are subject to seasonal closure.How do I get weather information for the Olympic National Park?
Current road, campground, and weather information is also available by calling the recorded information line at (360) 565-3131. Current weather conditions around Olympic. Area forecasts for the Olympic Mountains, Pacific Coast, and Northern Peninsula are available from the National Weather Service. Information on the status of Olympic campgrounds.How many miles is the Grand Loop in Olympic National Park?
Trip Overview: The ~43 mile Grand Loop backpacking trek (aka Deer Park Loop) in Olympic National Park traverses over four mountain passes (Gray Wolf Pass, Lost Pass, Cameron Pass, and Grand Pass) and provides countless alpine views. +/- ~13,000 feet of elevation across the course of this trek with a peak elevation of 6,650 feet.What are the main features of Olympic National Park?
Highlights include subalpine forests, glaciers and glacial-fed alpine lakes, impressive mountain peaks, and alpine meadows filled with wildflowers. This area of Olympic National Park is less crowded than several other areas, but is no less scenic.