Kloshe Nanitch Observation Site/Trailhead, WA

US Forest Service

Kloshe Nanitch Observation Site/Trailhead

The first forest fire was reported from this fire lookout site in 1918. Kloshe Nanitch Lookout structure has been removed but the area is maintained as a viewpoint.  On ...[more]



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From Forks, WA travel northeast on US Highway 101 for 20 miles. Turn left onto West Snider Road and follow for about 0.5 miles and go left towards Forest Service Road 3041 and travel 5 miles and stay right on Forest Road 3040. Then stay right on the 595 spur road for about a mile to the old lookout site and the top of Kloshe Nanitch Trail #882.1. 

Alert: Forest Service Road 3040-595, which accesses Kloshe Nanitch Observation Site, is a steep, rocky one-lane road with turnouts that requires experienced back road drivers and high clearance vehicles.

See also: Kloshe Nanitch Trailhead

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