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Grove of the Patriarchs

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 4.5 (25)

Envelop yourself in a sea of ancient trees on this easy, boardwalk trail.


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Point to Point

2,184' 666 m

High

2,172' 662 m

Low

4' 1 m

Up

14' 4 m

Down

1%

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10%

Max Grade (6°)

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Features Birding · River/Creek · Wildlife

Family Friendly The Ohanapecosh River surrounds an island of towering, thousand-year-old Douglas fir and western red cedar trees. Walk the trail to discover the grandeur and peace of this island.

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The Grove is just west of Stevens Canyon Entrance on the Ohanapecosh River. Walk the trail along the river to an island of ancient Western red-cedar, Douglas-fir, and Western hemlock. The sheer size of these ancient (some of which are over 1,000 years old) trees is staggering.

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Tom Robson

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  4.5 from 25 votes

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#184

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Hikers walk on the trail that leads to the Grove of the Patriarchs.
Mar 5, 2015 near Eatonville, WA
Bridge, Grove of the Patriarchs Trail
Sep 1, 2015 near Eatonville, WA
Around the Douglas Fir
Feb 26, 2015 near Eatonville, WA
Douglas Fir cut in half and still alive
Feb 26, 2015 near Eatonville, WA

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Jul 7, 2021
Kristy Van
Jun 27, 2021
Stephanie Cairney
Jun 26, 2021
Jacob Hill
Unbelievable history - could have looked at these guys for hours
Aug 17, 2020
Theresa Lynn
Aug 8, 2020
Alyx Hodges
Beautiful little hike — 0h 50m
Jul 26, 2020
Steven Kolombaris
0.3mi — 11h 30m
Jul 23, 2020
Abby Hric
Jul 18, 2020
Tiffany Davenport