Grand Ridge

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Overview

Trail Features

Dogs
Allowed
Fees
Yes
Kids
Allowed
Route
Out and Back
Users
Multi-use
Length
15 miles
Parking
Yes
Surface
Dirt and Rock
Bathrooms
None
Elevation
1,995 feet
Difficulty
Intermediate
Trail hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Parking hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Water fountains
None
Vending machines
None

Grand Ridge Trail is a 15-mile out-and-back trail that is moderately trafficked. The trail is the highest continuous trail in the Olympic Mountains. Grand Ridge Trail is well suited for hiking, backpacking, and mountaineering activities. On a clear day the sight of forested canopies, snow, wild marmots, and the Avalanche lilies greets hikers. Grand Ridge Trail is appropriate for older children, but dogs are not recommended on this trail. This trail connects Deer Park with Obstruction Point and has an elevation of 1,995 feet, hence ranked moderate in terms of difficulty. Grand Ridge Trail is best accessed from July to September.

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