Wynoochee Lake Tr878 begins at the north end of Coho CG and travels around the lake through second growth forest.
Typical of most lakeside rides, expect some brief 50' - 100' climbs, which helps keep the ride interesting.
Wynoochee Lake Tr878 is shown as a CW ride, but CCW is fine as well.
Some of the many creek and access road crossings are noted on the profile map.
Nearby West Fork Humptulips Tr806 is open to biking, but is rarely ridden due to relentless river crossings.
Not a destination trail, the 21mi (2100' ascent) West Fork Humptulips Tr806 OAB to Campbell Tree Grove CG might be worth trying if camping in the area, but otherwise is more suitable for hiking.
The 1mi Lower Petes Creek Tr858.1 is also open to biking but far too short to be of any use other than as something to explore from the Campbell Tree Grove CG.
The National Park includes most of the National Forest, with some wilderness areas at the periphery.
Expect a lot of summer hiking traffic in the Lake Quinalt area trails. Go further north (into the park) to escape the crowds.
Always carry the 10 Essentials: map, compass, flashlight, knife, matches, nylon cord, extra food and water, and rain gear with warm clothes.
For ONP camping permits, go to the Wilderness Information Center (WIC) in Port Angeles. No reservations necessary.
Wynoochee Lake Shore Trail 878
1.9 Mile Trail, Deraileur 2 Trail, Hoof and Tail Trail, Howell Lake Trail, JBxR Trail, Mission Creek Trail, Noble Trail, Northwest Passage Trail, Nucleus Trail, Overland Trail, Rail's Grade Trail, Raines Grade Trail, Randy's H2O Stop Trail, Road Apple Trail, Salmon Trail, Sims Trail, Stoffer Trail, Tayuha River Trail, Tommy Trail, Twin Lakes Trail, UB Lost Trail
Colonel Bob Trail 851, Fletcher Canyon Trail 857, Graves Creek Primitive Trail 874, Pete's Creek Trail 858
Big Creek Trail, Elip Creek Trail, Finley Peak Route, Irely Lake Trail, Martins Park Primitive Trail, North Fork Quinault River Trail, Rustler Creek Route, Skyline Trail
Campbell Tree Grove Campground, Chetwoot Campground, Coho Campground, North Fork Campground, Wynoochee Falls Campground
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.