Slab Camp/Deer Ridge Trail

Sequim, Washington (Clallam County)

Last Updated: 11/02/2019
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Highlight: Slab Camp/Deer Ridge Trail
Slab Camp/Deep Ridge Trail is a connecting road that links Slab Camp Road to NF 2878 and leads to two hiking trailheads; Slab Camp Creek, and Deer Ridge Trailhead. Ned Hill These trails total in 17.5 miles of hiking and offer views of the mountain peaks, wildflowers, and river crossings. Ned Hill Trail has an old fire lookout as well, but it is not suited for climbing. The Olympic National Forest and Buckhorn Wilderness area have an abundance of forest roads, hiking trailheads, and campsites. It encompasses 258 acres of land and is the largest Wilderness Area of the Olympic National Forest. The terrain can be quite steep, ranging from 1,000 feet near the Gray Wolf River to the summit of Mt. Fricaba, at an elevation of 7,134 feet. Subalpine fir and western white pine are present at a higher elevation, and Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and red cedar grow on the lower slopes. The Gray Wolf, Dungeness, and Big Quilcene Rivers flow through the Wilderness, along with several smaller streams.
For individual use only, not to be shared.