🚦 Difficulty

Easy

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

4

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

393

🌲 Facilities

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Unavailable

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fishing, hiking, mountain biking, nature trips, River crossings, and Views

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The Discover Pass is required for vehicular entrance to this park. An Annual Pass costs $30 and a Day Pass is $10. Users have reported that the trails are not marked well. This hike is through an undeveloped Washington State Park near Diamond Point on the Miller Peninsula between Discovery Bay and Sequim Bay on the Olympic Peninsula. Except for the final mile, or so, as the trail goes down to the beach, it is on old logging roads. You should see blooming Western Rhododendrons along the trail in May. Beautiful forest of second growth Douglas fir and western red cedar with lush undergrowth of salal, ocean spray, and other typical Pacific Northwest plants. The beach is totally undeveloped with views of Protection Island. It is very rocky, and at high tide the beach is difficult to walk. We saw an immature bald eagle, pigeon guillemots, and black oyster catchers at the beach.

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🚦 Difficulty

Easy

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

4

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

393

🌲 Facilities

Camping sites

πŸš— Parking Tips

Unavailable

πŸ”– Details

fishing, hiking, mountain biking, nature trips, River crossings, and Views

🏑 Description

The Discover Pass is required for vehicular entrance to this park. An Annual Pass costs $30 and a Day Pass is $10. Users have reported that the trails are not marked well. This hike is through an undeveloped Washington State Park near Diamond Point on the Miller Peninsula between Discovery Bay and Sequim Bay on the Olympic Peninsula. Except for the final mile, or so, as the trail goes down to the beach, it is on old logging roads. You should see blooming Western Rhododendrons along the trail in May. Beautiful forest of second growth Douglas fir and western red cedar with lush undergrowth of salal, ocean spray, and other typical Pacific Northwest plants. The beach is totally undeveloped with views of Protection Island. It is very rocky, and at high tide the beach is difficult to walk. We saw an immature bald eagle, pigeon guillemots, and black oyster catchers at the beach.

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🚦 Difficulty

Easy

🌲 Facilities

Camping sites

πŸŒ€ Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

4

πŸ” Elevation (ft.)

393

🌲 Facilities

Camping sites

πŸš— Parking Tips

Unavailable

πŸ”– Details

fishing, hiking, mountain biking, nature trips, River crossings, and Views

🏑 Description

The Discover Pass is required for vehicular entrance to this park. An Annual Pass costs $30 and a Day Pass is $10. Users have reported that the trails are not marked well. This hike is through an undeveloped Washington State Park near Diamond Point on the Miller Peninsula between Discovery Bay and Sequim Bay on the Olympic Peninsula. Except for the final mile, or so, as the trail goes down to the beach, it is on old logging roads. You should see blooming Western Rhododendrons along the trail in May. Beautiful forest of second growth Douglas fir and western red cedar with lush undergrowth of salal, ocean spray, and other typical Pacific Northwest plants. The beach is totally undeveloped with views of Protection Island. It is very rocky, and at high tide the beach is difficult to walk. We saw an immature bald eagle, pigeon guillemots, and black oyster catchers at the beach.

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