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Gray Wolf - Dosewallips

Updated: 2000

Scale 1:62,500
(1 inch to the mile)

Contour Interval: 50 feet


The Gray Wolf - Dosewallips map contains the headwaters of the Dungeness, and the Main Fork Dosewallips Rivers in Olympic National Park, and part of the Buckhorn Wilderness of Olympic National Forest. in the northeast corner of the Olympic Mountains in Washington State, USA. 

It covers the entire Gray Wolf Drainage, the upper Dungeness, and the Main Fork Dosewallips Rivers and their trails. From Obstruction Point and Deer Park on the North,  to the Dosewallips Road on the southwest, It contains some of the most extensive network of high country trails in the Olympics, as well as the isolated Royal Basin on the East. 

The entire length of each of the following Trails are included on the
Gray Wolf - Dosewallips map

Badger Valley

Blue Mountain

Cameron Creek

Cameron-Lost Pass

Cedar Lake

Charlia Lakes Way

Constance Pass

Deer Ridge

Dosewallips River

Dungeness (Upper)

Elk Mtn [Elk Mtn Cutoff]

Grand Lake [Lillian Ridge]

Grand Pass

Gray Wolf Pass

Gray Wolf (Lower)

Gray Wolf River (Upper)

Heather Creek

Lake Constance

Maiden Peak [Elk Mtn], [Obstr. Pt.-Deer Park]

Marmot Pass

Maynard Burn Way [Baldy Way]

Muscott Creek

Ned Hill

Old Lower Dosewallips

Royal Basin

Royal Basin (Upper)

Slab Camp

Slide Camp [Baldy Way]

Three Forks

Special Features:

Trails are more accurate and up-to-date than any other published map we are aware of.

Woodland shading has been updated from recent 7.5 minute maps (where available) and recent photos to more accurately show  vegetation patterns near timberline, as well as  timber harvest, wildfires and other changes not shown on USGS or other commercial maps.

National Forest Roads are up-to-date,  with current road numbers.

Map coordinates are placed on the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83), and UTM coordinates are shown compatible with the National Coordinate System.

The most recent update included revised spot elevations throughout the map, and  the use of a larger type to make them more readable.


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