Horas  5 horas 26 minutos

Coordenadas 1668

Uploaded 10 de Julho de 2016

Recorded Julho 2016

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2.023 m
762 m
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19,55 km

Visualizado 191 vezes, baixado 7 vezes

próximo a Quilcene, Washington (United States)

This is one of the best hikes from the east side of the Olympics, via Quilcene.
The elevation gain is 1200m/3.600ft, and shows the different types of forest.
In July the flowers in bloom are spectacular.
In this one we had a good and close view of a male mountain goat.
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6 comentários

  • Foto de WalkThisWay

    WalkThisWay 12/jul/2016

    This was a beautiful hike. Every turn had something new to see.
    Spectacular views.
    Quite a workout too!

  • Foto de WalkThisWay

    WalkThisWay 12/jul/2016

    mini mountain goat/dog? https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/big-quilcene-trail-no-833-to-marmot-pass-13944278/photo-8637512

  • Foto de WalkThisWay

    WalkThisWay 12/jul/2016

    He is really big! https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/big-quilcene-trail-no-833-to-marmot-pass-13944278/photo-8637506

  • Foto de Jeff Rische

    Jeff Rische 12/jul/2016

    Nice!! You are reminded to be careful around these guys. A man was gored and killed over in the Olympics a couple years back by and aggressive goat. https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/big-quilcene-trail-no-833-to-marmot-pass-13944278/photo-8637506

  • Foto de Vamooos

    Vamooos 12/jul/2016

    Mountain goats (Oreamnos americanus) are large animals weighing 100– 300 pounds. Males (billies) are generally larger than females (nannies) and have longer horns and beards.Goats and deer crave salt, of any kind. Both human urine and human sweat contain a large amount of salt and, disgustingly, this mineral is manna to the horned ones. In high country, where there are goats or evidence of them, urinating on rocks prevents goats from destroying fragile vegetation or ripping up soil. So piddle or puddle on pebble!


    Asars, Tami (2012-07-24). Hiking the Wonderland Trail: The Complete Guide to Mount Rainier's Premier Trail Mountaineers Books. Kindle Edition.
    https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/big-quilcene-trail-no-833-to-marmot-pass-13944278/photo-8637506

  • gidy.basin 25/ago/2019

    I have followed this trail  verificado  View more

    A very nice hike indeed, especially in good weather. The trail is very well marked and been kept in order by volunteers. Thanks!

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