Duckabush Area does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!
Experience the dramatic change in elevation within the Duckabush watershed that give way to expansive views and a multitude of forest types. This area starts at 699 feet near the Dosewallips River and soars to the 6,866 foot summit of The Brothers peak. The lower slopes are dominated by Western hemlock, Douglas-fir and western red cedar which transition to Pacific silver fir and mountain hemlock before giving way to subalpine fir, mountain meadows and rock outcrops. Visit the historic Interrorem Cabin built in 1907 as the first administrative site of the Olympic National Forest.