Quinault Lodge Trail #854.1
The Lodge Trail begins across from the Lodge entrance and is only 0.6 mile in length. It provides an excellent year-round opportunity to view the Olympic Rain Forest. This trail provides access to the Quinault National Recreation Trail system from the Lodge. Excellent opportunities for hiking with children, viewing rain forest scenery, bird watching and nature study.
Used mostly by visitors staying at the Quinault Lodge, the trail extends and intersects with the Quinault Loop. The Lodge trail navigates through Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedar and a few Douglas-fir.
To view all segments of the Quinault National Recreation Trail System and learn more explore the Quinault National Recreation Trail System interactive map.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||12/6/2021- Trail section closed due to washout. For more information contact the Quinault Office at 360-288-2525.|
|Restrictions:||Motorized vehicles, mountain bikes, and stock are prohibited.|
|Closest Towns:||Aberdeen, WA|
|Restroom:||Restrooms in the Quinault Lodge|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
Access across from Lake Quinault Lodge.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
The Quinault National Recreation Trail provides a 4-mile loop hike through the rain forest and along the south shore Quinault Lake before returning to the Lodge.
Alerts & Warnings
- Olympic National Forest Fire Ban Lifted
- FS-2700-190 temporary closure; Upper Mt. Townsend TH inaccessible
- Summer operations and closures in Quinault area
- Mt. Jupiter Trail Closure
- Herbicide applications to occur on Olympic National Forest
- Alcohol Ban along Lake Cushman Corridor (FS-24) remains in effect