Upper Lena Lake Trail #811

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This trail is within forested second growth to old growth forest, alpine meadows. It starts at Lena Lake (1,800 feet) and ends at Upper Lena Lake (4,550 feet) within Olympic National Park (no dogs in the Park).

Lena Lake Trail #811 begins at Lena Lake accessed via Lena Lake Trail #810 and continues for approximately 1 mile to the National Park boundary. From there, it is about 3 miles to Upper Lena Lake.

Lena Lake Trail #810 to the Upper Lena Lake Trail is well maintained and has moderate grades with long switchbacks. The Upper Lena Lake Trail is steep and receives less maintenance than the Lena Lake Trail #810.

At a Glance

Permit Info: Overnight users must have a backcountry permit to stay within Olympic National Park. Learn more about Olympic National Park backcountry travel.  
Open Season: Mid-Spring
Restrictions: Motorized vehicles, mountain bicycles and stock are prohibited. Firearms and pets are prohibited in the Park.Stoves only, no fires above 3,500’ elevation.
Closest Towns: Hoodsport, WA
Water: Filter or treat all water in the backcountry before consuming
Restroom: Bury human waste 6" deep and 100' from water or trails
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass is required for day use at Lena Lake Trailhead.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Hood Canal Ranger District- Quilcene, (360) 765 2200

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Directions:

Lena Lake/Brothers Trailhead


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