Lena Lake Trail #810
The popular 3.6 mile trail to Lena Lake and Lena Lake Campground is well maintained and is a moderate grade with long switchbacks. Please stay on the trail. Cutting switchbacks will save only seconds, while the destroyed vegetation will take years to recover. This trail is heavily used during the summer months. Beyond Lower Lena Lake, the trails are much steeper and receive less maintenance.
Enjoy a setting of forested second growth to old growth forest and beautiful 55-acre lake. Please follow Leave No Trace practices.
Lena Lake Trail Junction with:
At a Glance
|Permit Info:||Overnight visitors entering the Olympic National Park via this trail will need to obtain a Park Wilderness permit (available at the trailhead).|
|Restrictions:||View Weed Free Feed Requirement and other good Know Before You Go tips|
|Closest Towns:||Lilliwaup, WA|
|Restroom:||Composting toilet at Lena Lake|
|Passes:||A valid Recreation Pass is required at Lena Lake/The Brothers trailhead. No pay-at-site option available during winter season (October - April), must have pass prior to arriving at trailhead.|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Hood Canal Ranger District, Quilcene office, (360) 765 2200|
From Hoodsport, WA travel 14 miles north on US Highway 101 to Forest Service Road #25 (Hamma Hamma Recreation Area). Turn west on Forest Service Road 25 and travel 7.6 miles to the Lena Lake Trailhead. Road is paved to the Lena Lake Trailhead.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Lake and Pond FishingRecreation areas with activity Lake and Pond Fishing: Fishing in Lena Lake and Upper Lena Lake.
Day HikingRecreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
BackpackingRecreation areas with activity Backpacking:
Viewing WildlifeRecreation areas with activity Viewing Wildlife:
Alerts & Warnings
- Olympic National Forest Enters Campfire Phase 1 Restrictions
- Flood Damage & Road Closure Updates
- Temp Road Closure on FS Road 2480
- Sustainable Trails Feedback Form now Available
- Herbicide applications to occur on Olympic National Forest
- Alcohol Ban along Lake Cushman Corridor (FS-24) remains in effect