Dosewallips River Road

Dosewallips River Road in WA hasn’t seen a car for nearly 20 years

Located in Jefferson County, in the U.S. state of Washington, Dosewallips River Road is totally washed out.

How long is Dosewallips Road?

Tucked away in northern region of beautiful and amazing Olympic National Park of Washington, the road is totally paved running through one of the deepest canyons in the park. It’s 15.77km (9.8 miles) long, starting at Brinnon. A 300-foot-wide washout destroyed the road in 2002.

Is Dosewallips Road open?

The road is now closed to vehicles, 6.5 miles from campground, due to a washout where a hillside fell into the river and took the road with it. Washouts have converted this road to a walking and biking trail. In the winter the road may be closed. It climbs up to an impressive series of waterfalls on the Dosewallips River.


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