Tubal Cain Trail #840
This 8.6 mile trail within Buckhorn Wilderness travels through conifer forest to a historic mine site. Remnants of historic Tubal Cain copper and manganese mine are visible on this trail. You can take a side spur trail up the Tull Canyon Trail to the site of a 1952 B-17 crash site. Continuing on the original trail cross a creek and switchback up alpine meadows to Buckhorn Lake. Continue past the lake, to Marmot Pass for ridge line views and mountain scenery.
At a Glance
|Open Season:||Early Summer|
|Restrictions:||Wilderness regulations apply.|
|Closest Towns:||Sequim, WA|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Hood Canal Ranger District, Quilcene Office|
Access from Tubal Cain Trailhead.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Mountain ClimbingRecreation areas with activity Mountain Climbing: See day hiking description.
Day HikingRecreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
BackpackingRecreation areas with activity Backpacking:
Horse RidingRecreation areas with activity Horse Riding: See day hiking description.
Viewing SceneryRecreation areas with activity Viewing Scenery: Panoramic alpine views of Copper Creek and Dungeness drainages from Buckhorn Pass.
Alerts & Warnings
- Flooding at Lake Quinault
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- Herbicide applications to occur on Olympic National Forest
- Alcohol Ban along Lake Cushman Corridor (FS-24) remains in effect