This is a very strenous hike, rising 3200 feet in 2 miles. Making it the steepest hike in the Olympic Mountains. The trail climbs steeply through the forest, while encountering many streams and waterfalls along the way. The trail ends at the 11-acre, Lake Constance. Which is cupped in a glacier bowl at the base of Mount Constance. Spring to late Summer is the best time to attempt this hike, since the trail is covered in snow the majority of the year.
Directions to Hike
Olympic National Park 360-452-0330
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