Mountains and lake



The topic of the award wining documentary The Memory of Fish, this river experienced the largest dam removal in the country. Experience the power and beauty of the Elwha. Hike to the site of the former dam where restoration is taking place and salmon are returning. 

Date & Time: Fridays @10 am - 12:30 pm, May - October 


Rate - 25/person tax included    




Follow the wild Quilcene river into the heart of Olympic National Forest and surround yourself with a unique ecosystem of moss, ferns, and old growth trees.

Check in is at 10 am ~ Return around 2 pm the next day.

Beginner level approx. 2-3 miles one way.  


What's included: 

- A professional & certified tour guide 

- Backpacking gear 

- Transportation from our HQ to the trailhead & back. 

- Food (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast and snacks).

What you bring:

- Clothing

- Footwear

- Water bottle

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Private Tours
Available Upon Request



Land acknowledgement


Tours take place on the historic homeland and territory of indigenous people. We acknowledge the 8 tribes of the Olympic Peninsula whose land and water we benefit from. We operate with gratitude for these original caretakers to heal our relationships as well as honor and learn from their heritage.