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The Working Forest Trail of the Hood Canal Ranger District features signs which interpret how the natural resources of the Olympic National Forest (soil, water, wildlife, vegetation, and recreation) are hard at work providing opportunities and commodities for the American public. The trail takes off from the end of loop B within the Coho Campground north of Montesano where there are 56 campsites with flush toilets, piped water, picnic, swimming, and boating facilities.

The trail is "most difficult" due to narrow tread, 12% grades, and soft tread surfaces. There are nice views of Wynoochee Lake from the trail.

Directions: From Montesano, Travel one mile west on Route 12 to Wynoochee Valley Road. Turn north on Wynoochee Valley and drive approximately 35 miles to a major intersection. Turn left to stay on Forest Service Rd 22. Drive a short distance before turning right on Forest Service Rd 2294. Drive about one mile to the entrance to Coho Campground.

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Olympic National Forest, Washington

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