The Brothers Wilderness, WA

US Forest Service

The Brothers Wilderness

The Brothers Wilderness is located on the east side of the Olympic National Forest, north of Lena Lake in Jefferson County. Except for a relatively gentle valley area in the East Fork of Lena Creek, the...[more]




Wilderness located within North Hood Canal and South Hood Canal areas. 

Trails that access The Brothers Wilderness:

  • Lena Lake Trail #810 - This trail is 3.6 miles to the junction with The Brothers Trail and is considered moderate.
  • The Brothers Trail #821- Accessed from Lena Lake Trail #810, this 3 miles trail provides access to popular climbing routes to The Brothers. It is considered easy to difficult.
  • Duckabush Trail #803 - This trail follows the Duckabush River and enters Olympic National Park at 6.2 miles. It is considered easy to difficult.
  • Mt. Jupiter Trail #809 -This difficult 7.9 mile trail provides access along Jupiter Ridge to Jupiter Lakes. This trail is hot and dry during the summer months.

Topo Maps:

The Brothers USGS Quad or The Brothers-Mt. Anderson Custom Correct Map.

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