Mt. Walker Viewpoint, WA

US Forest Service

Mt. Walker Viewpoint

Mt. Walker is densely covered with 100 year-old Douglas-fir trees that have grown up in an area once burned by wildfire. Native Pacific rhododendrons grow along the road and at both North and South observation...[more]



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This popular drive begins five miles south of Quilcene on U S Highway 101. Forest Service Road 2730 (Mt. Walker Viewpoint Road) will take the visitor 4 miles to Mount Walker's summit (2,804 feet).

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