This quarter mile nature trail forms a loop through the rain forest off of Ranger Hole Trail #824. Ferns and mosses, as well as huge second growth Douglas-fir and Hemlock and cedar stumps of up to 9 feet in diameter can be viewed. Interpretive signs explain the vegetation of the area. Historic black and white photos tell how the cabin was built (1907) and used.
There is a picnic area and vault toilet at the trailhead parking lot for the Interrorem Nature Trail. Interrorem Cabin is available for overnight (contact the Hood Canal Ranger District for details). Potable water is available one mile beyond the Interrorem guard station at Collins Campground.
Directions: From Hoodsport, Travel Highway 101 north for 22 miles to the Duckabush Recreation Area (Forest Service Rd 2510). Follow the Duckabush Road for 4 miles to the end of the pavement. Interrorem Guard Station and the trailhead are on the left side of the road.
Elevation: 319 feet
Ending Elevation: 319 feet
Distance: .25 miles
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