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High Divide

Olympic Peninsula

Location

Olympic Peninsula -- Northern Coast
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Length

9.63 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Gain: 5111 ft.
Highest Point: 5384 ft.

Rating

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High Divide trail makes up a section of the Seven Lakes Basin trail and leads to the Bailey Range Traverse after a junction with the Cat Basin Primitive Trail.

While campsites exist along this route, it's important to reserve your spot in advance of your visit here; the Seven Lakes Basin loop is one of Washington's most popular hikes and spots go quickly.

 

High Divide

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.9553, -123.8358 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Olympic Peninsula -- Northern Coast

High Divide (#38)

Olympic National Park

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Getting There

From Port Angeles, follow Highway 101 west about 28 miles, passing Lake Crescent. Just beyond the lake, watch for the Olympic National Park sign for Sol Duc Valley Hot Springs Resort.

Turn left off 101 onto Sol Duc Hot Springs Road. Soon, you will come to a toll both where you will pay an entrance fee for the park. Continue on Sol Duc Hot Springs Road for approximately 12.5 miles until the end of the road where you will find parking for the trailhead.

 

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