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Kyle's Kettle

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A short trail into, then out of, a mildly contoured kettle.


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Miles

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KM

Point to Point

141' 43 m

High

36' 11 m

Low

79' 24 m

Up

110' 33 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Fall Colors · Wildlife

Family Friendly It is an easy trail.

Closes at dusk. You must have a Discover Pass to park in Fort Ebey State Park.

Description

This trail starts at the Grandpa Tree Trail. Just follow the path as it winds its way past the intersection with Grandpa Tree Trail. After this, the trail will begin its descent to the bottom of the kettle. A kettle is where the out wash of a glacier (from long, long ago), has left a depression in the ground, where 'dead ice' has slowly melted. After a few dozen yards, you'll start gradually climbing out of the kettle.

Flora & Fauna

There are many pines, ferns, and berries along the trail.

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Shared By:

Isaac Bozeman

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