Wonder Mountain Wilderness
This 2,349 acre Wilderness is one of the smallest wildernesses in the Western United States. Wonder Mountain Wilderness borders the Olympic National Park and is located west of Lake Cushman in Mason County...[more]
This Wilderness is within the South Hood Canal area.
There are no trails within this Wilderness. Access is only by cross-country travel. Wilderness travelers should carry map and compass for route finding. The two access roads, Forest Road 2355 and Forest Road 2451-100, require high clearance vehicles in the upper portions. They are also both closed seasonally to protect wildlife.
Forest Road 2355: From Shelton, WA drive north on Highway 101 about 12 miles and take the Skokomish Valley Road west to Forest Road 23. Follow Forest Road 23 northwest and take the right fork towards Lebar Horse Camp onto Forest Road 2353. Continue on Forest Road 2353 to the junction of Forest Road 2355 and stay left.
Forest Road 2451-100: From Hoodsport, WA take Lake Cushman Road (SR-119) northwest to the junction with Forest Road 24 at Big Creek Campground. At the junction go west towards Olympic National Park on Forest Road 24. Before reaching the Park take a left on Forest Road 2451 and follow it to the 2451-100 spur road.
*Always check with the Hood Canal Ranger District office in Quilcene, Washington for directions, road conditions and closures.
Mt. Steel and Mt. Tebo USGS Quads or Mt. Skokomish-Lake Cushman Custom Correct.
Buy maps online
Go to the National Forest Store.
Go to Wilderness.net for online maps and other important Wilderness information.
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