Bogachiel Rain Forest River Trailhead

Area Status: Open

Provides access toBogachiel Rain Forest River Trail #825 and Ira Spring Wetland Trail which create a loop option. 

Bogachiel Rain Forest Trail follows the Bogaciel River and enters Olympic National Park at 1.5 miles, where it becomes Bogachiel River Trail. (No dogs allowed in Olympic National Park)

There is ample parking available, vault toilet, and a information bulletin board.

Two volunteers stand on the wooded trail with shovels and smile A person stands on a trail in teh distance with a tool to clear and smooth the tread. Bogachiel Trail winds through tall trees in lush forest Bogachiel River in front of the Homestead Trail Bogachiel Rain Forest Trail > via Wetland Trail

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Accessible via the Undi Road bypass. FS-road 2932 has not been maintained since the Undi road was closed, but is available.
Fees: No fee
Permit Info: You must obtain a wilderness permit at an Olympic National  Park office for all ovenight trips in the Park.
Open Season: Year-round
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply in the Olympic National Park.
Closest Towns: Forks, WA
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet (1)
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Pacific Ranger District, Forks office

General Information


From Forks, WA travel south on US Highway 101 for 5 miles then turn east on Undi Road, across from Bogachiel State Park, and proceed approximately two miles to the Undi Rd Bypass. Turn left (primitive road, all-wheel or four-wheel drive is best) and proceed approximately 1 mile, stay right and follow road another mile.  At stop sign turn to the left on FS Road 2932 and follow to trailhead.

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