Ned Hill Trail #837

 

Slab Camp Trail #838 and Deer Ridge Trail #846 Map.

Slab Camp Trail #838 and Deer Ridge Trail #846 Map. Also shows Ned Hill Trail #837.

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Ned Hill Trail is a short ramble up to the site of a historic lookout.

This is a short steep day hike, with benches placed along the trail. Many opportunities to view rhododendrons from mid-May to early June. Trail does enter the northern boundary of the Buckhorn Wilderness.

Partial views of mountains to the west include Blue Mountain, Baldy, Tyler and Maynard Peaks. Overgrown trees at the top with old fire lookout that was used in the 1930’s. Please stay off the lookout structure.

At a Glance

Open Season: Late Spring
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Motorized vehicles, mountain bikes and stock are prohibited.
Closest Towns: Sequim, WA
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions:

From Sequim, WA travel west on US-101 for 2.4 miles, then turn left onto Taylor Cutoff Rd and follow for 2.6 miles. Take a slight right onto Lost Mountain Road and go another 2.6 miles. Then take a slight left onto Slab Camp Road (Forest Service Road 2870) and follow for .9 miles and take the 1st right onto Forest Service Road 2875. Follow Forest Road 2875 for 3.5 miles then travel right on Forest Service Road 2878, and travel .4 miles to the Ned Hill Trailhead. Parking lot is on left side of road. 


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