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Nice Hike at end of Whiskey Bend Rd.

Drive along the river & stop to see where the dam once was. Then continue onto Whiskey Bend Rd... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
1natureseeker
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Argyle, Texas
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A Glacier River Now Runs Free Again

As you take the road along the Elwah River, you'll come upon an overlook where a dam once stood... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Glenn M
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Fremont, California
via mobile
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Originating in the Olympic Mountain Range, this river is a popular fly fishing destination.
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5 weeks ago
“Nice Hike at end of Whiskey Bend Rd. ”
23 May 2017
“A Glacier River Now Runs Free Again”

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Drive along the river & stop to see where the dam once was. Then continue onto Whiskey Bend Rd. This is a one lane dirt road. There are several turn out areas if you meet on coming cars, but several of these areas are on...More

Thank 1natureseeker
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

As you take the road along the Elwah River, you'll come upon an overlook where a dam once stood forming Lake Mills. A few years ago, the dam was removed restoring a free flowing Elwah River. You can actually walk out on a remaining portion...More

Thank Glenn M
Reviewed 23 July 2015 via mobile

The old Glines Canyon Dam site on the Elwha River is a must see if you are in Olympic National Park. The river now runs freely for the first time in almost 100 years. We took a hike with a ranger who went over the...More

Thank k_squared2
Reviewed 30 August 2014

This river has been restored! The dam down and the completion of removal scheduled for Sept 2014. The fish are spawning once again. We walk through the ancient old growth cedar grandfathers and grandmothers of this rainforest, moss covering the bark and massive ferns brush...More

Thank Traveler292929
Reviewed 13 June 2013

We were here about 2 years ago. Since then, the dam has been taken out. It was amazing to see the difference. The river and surrounding area is just not the same. You can no longer get to the campground or the lake. So, if...More

Thank Tammie663
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