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Eatonville Trail

 4.0 (1)

6.6 Miles 10.6 Kilometers


92%

Runnable

687' 209 m

Ascent

-1,162' -354 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

861' 263 m

High

97' 30 m

Low

Shared By Bryan Gagner

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This trail leads through hardwood forests on the way to the Eatonville campsite.

Bryan Gagner

Dogs Unknown

Features River/Creek · Wildlife

Description

Once you start heading up from the McGahey Brook Bridge (there is a sign), you'll start climbing again until you'll reach an intersection at roughly 2.35 miles (3.8k) with a sign saying Eatonville is to the right.

This trail connects the Mill Brook Canyon Trail to the Coastal Trail and leads through dense hardwood forests as it head toward the Eatonville campsite. Once this trail changes to the Coastal Trail, there is no real signage designating that change and no other intersections past the head of the lollipop where you head to the right towards Eatonville.

Towards the quasi-end of this trail, go right past an outhouse and a bit of a clearing. Stay left to continue onto the Coastal Trail.

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