RECREATION OPPORTUNITY GUIDE Olympic National Forest http:/www.fs.fed.us/r6/olympic Recommended Season SPRING SUMMER FALL WINTER Mushroom Picking GENERAL INFORMATION ...
Olympic Peninsula Mycological Interests, Sequim. 1,563 likes · 7 talking about this. A page to share mushroom articles, information and mushrooms that are found on the Olympic Peninsula.
North American Mushroom Clubs. Mushroom clubs offer fellowship and instruction, helping mushroomers of all levels learn their local mushrooms. Most clubs host regular walks during the mushroom season, publish a newsletter, and have sit-down meetings with presentations on fungal topics.
May 23, 2013 · I’ve gathered chanterelle mushrooms while living on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. And I’ve harvested chicken of the woods on hiking trips in the Cascade Mountains — but never morels. I had,...
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Aug 11, 2020 · The 9.4-mile Ozette Triangle Loop is one of the Olympic Peninsula’s very best hikes. One of its highlights is the Makah petroglyphs that have etched into the Wedding Rocks, a cluster of boulders that hug the shore about halfway along the coast. These sacred artifacts predate European settlement in the Northwest.
black morel. blue chanterelle. cauliflower mushroom. chicken of the woods. comb tooth mushroom. common puffball. fairy ring mushroom. golden chanterelle. hedgehog mushroom. hexagonal-pored polypore. horn of plenty (aka black chanterelle, black trumpet) horse mushroom. ink cap. jelly ear (aka wood ear) king bolete (aka cepe)
"All mushrooms like plenty of moisture and decaying forest matter for the spores to produce," Terresa Taylor, a mushroom enthusiast from the Olympic Peninsula, explains. "About a week after a good rain you will start seeing all sorts of fungal varieties pop up. Around here that normally starts occurring around September.
Olympic Peninsula Sleepy Hollow Trail. Location: Hood Canal Length: 16.6 miles, roundtrip Elevation Gain: 200 feet. Frosty fungi on the Sleepy Hollow trail. Photos by Happiest when hiking. The 16+ mile Sleepy Hollow trail is excellent for mushroom hunting because you can turn around at any point; no need to commit to the whole length.