The Brothers Trail #821

 

Lena Lake Trail #810, The Brothers Trail #821 Map.

Lena Lake Trail #810, The Brothers Trail #821 Map.

Download a printable version (PDF File)

  

This trail enters The Brothers Wilderness. Hike through a remote canyon area called the Valley of the Silent Men. The Brothers were named in 1856 by George Davidson of the U.S. Coast Survey after the Fauntleroy brothers - Edward (South peak) and Arthur (north peak) who were brothers of Constance and Ellinor Fauntleroy (the latter was fiancée of George Davidson), for whom he named Mt Ellinor and Mt Constance. The trail is maintained to The Brothers base camp. Only experienced climbers should continue on from the end of The Brothers Trail. Consult climbing books for climbing routes on The Brothers.

This hike enters forest with lush, green, mosscovered valley with access to a small intermittent stream.

View a printable recreation opportunity guide: The Brothers Trail #821 (PDF)

Alert: Be aware of wildlife in the area. Please review the mountain goat safety guidelines and related news video.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 9/8/2017: No current report.
Open Season: Early Summer
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply.
  • Motorized vehicles, stock and mountain bikes are prohibited.
  • Campfires above 3,500 feet elevation and groups consisting of more than 12 people are prohibited within The Brothers Wilderness.
Closest Towns: Hoodsport, WA
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass is required at Lena Lake Trailhead.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Hood Canal Ranger District, Quilcene office

General Information

Directions:

Access from Lena Lake Trailhead

Hike Lena Lake Trail #810 for 3.6 miles to the beginning of The Brothers Trail #821, near the north shore of Lena Lake.


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities


Climbing

Show detail SHOW

Hiking

Show detail SHOW

Nature Viewing

Show detail SHOW

Quick Links

Areas & Activities

Highlights

  • Recreation Passes