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Anderson Glacier

Olympic Peninsula

Location

Olympic Peninsula -- Hood Canal
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Length

0.8 miles, one-way

Elevation

Gain: 735 ft.
Highest Point: 5200 ft.

Rating

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The Anderson Glacier Trail is a backcountry trail located in the eastern reaches of Olympic National Park. This short spur trail starts at Anderson Pass and ascends in a series of steep switchbacks to a moraine that overlooks a lake and the former site of Anderson Glacier.

It will take hikers big miles to reach this trail, so it’s usually a side trip on a longer backpacking outing. It is accessed most directly from either the West Fork Dosewallips River or the Quinault River, but can also be reached via the Duckabush and North Fork Skokomish Rivers.

 

Anderson Glacier

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.6962, -123.3265 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Olympic Peninsula -- Hood Canal

Anderson Glacier (#102)

Olympic National Park

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Getting There

This trail starts in the backcountry and can be reached via several different trails.

 

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Anderson Glacier

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