103 – Olympic Discovery Trail/Johnson Creek Trestle

Four hundred ten feet long and 86 feet high, the Johnson Creek Trestle along the Olympic Discovery Trail was our first hike of the day.

At the Johnson Creek Trestle

At the Johnson Creek Trestle

The Olympic Discovery Trail has five original railroad trestles that have been converted to trail use. With three of them being over 400 feet long, the highest is 85 feet above the stream bed and was curved to increase stability. This one is certainly impressive!

Johnson Creek Trestle

Johnson Creek Trestle

More information about the Olympic Discovery Trail and the Johnson Creek Trestle can be found here – http://www.olympicdiscoverytrail.com/ .

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Back to Sequim Bay Resort to research next hike

Back to Sequim Bay Resort to research next hike

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