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Gray Wolf Trail follows its namesake river through the Buckhorn Wilderness and into Olympic National Park. The trail passes through typical Olympic Rain Forest terrain. There is a river ford at the junction with Slab Creek Trail. The distance to the Park boundary is about 9 miles. Beyond this point the trail continues through the park towards Gray Wolf Pass and beyond.

Motorized vehicles and mountain bikes are prohibited. Pets, weapons, and vehicles are not allowed in Olympic National Park.

Directions: From Sequim, Take US Highway 101 south to Palo Alto Road just south of the John Wayne Marina entrance. Continue on Forest Service Rd 28 to FS 2880. Turn right onto FS 2870 just beyond Dungeness Forks Campground. Watch for the trailhead on your left. Total distance from Sequim is 13 miles.

Elevation: 1,250 feet

Ending Elevation: 2,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 750 feet

Distance: 9.1 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Olympic National Forest, Washington

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