Birding · Fall Colors · Wildlife
Closes at dusk. If you are parking in Fort Ebey State Park, you must have a Discover Pass.
Need to Know
Wear bright colors from Sep 1-Dec 1, as hunting is allowed in the Kettles property.
The grade on the trail is mild, and the trails will rarely get very muddy.
This trail starts at one of the many parking spots along the Kettles Roadside Trail
(see map). The trail is very easy to follow, as most of the trails that branch off of it are much smaller and not defined as well. Just follow the trail as it goes south then curves around to the west.
Take a right when you get to Anthill and Baker View. Soon, there will be a straight-ish path that will slowly head southwest. Just keep straight when you pass Ladders, Chutes, Hook, and Hugh's Delight. After this the trail will take a sharp turn to the south, then to the west. Just keep straight when you pass the Boundary Trail, Hugh's Delight, Emilie's Ridge, and The Tunnel. Shortly after this, the trail will end on Fort Ebey State Park Road.
Flora & Fauna
There are many ferns along this trail; there are also lots of alders and many pines and mushrooms.
Shared By: Isaac Bozeman