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Hike the Peabody Creek Trail

PEABODY CREEK TRAIL

If you’re looking for a dog-friendly trail that’s not too long and all-season friendly, check out the Peabody Creek Loop Trail near the Olympic National Park Visitors Center, 3002 Mount Angeles Road. From the west end of the parking lot, hikers will immediately descend through green trees. After about ¼ mile, you will spot the creek. The trail crosses a bridge and under a large tree. To the left is a spur trail that will continue up the creek, but you’ll want to veer right to continue on the loop. Follow along the trail some more and go right again. Another bridge comes up, giving you another chance to peer into Peabody Creek. From there, head back up the stairs to the parking lot. In total, this stroll through the woods is a half-mile long. It does connect to a 3-mile out and back that ends on Hurricane Ridge Road if you’re looking for something a bit longer. From there, you can either hike the way you came or head down the road.

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