Visit a quieter trail in the Dungeness network -- one that a lot of folks skip in favor of more well-known trails with more views. But Lower Gray Wolf is beautiful in its own right, and visitors here can discover it for themselves.
From the tiny trailhead, head downhill immediately, dropping to the river that the trail is named for. Because it's in a river valley, this trail can be quite muddy, so be aware and watch your step. At the riverside, enjoy graveled beaches before the trail begins climbing up and away from the river.
After a traverse through the forest, return to the river and arrive at a campsite. This makes a good lunch or snack spot if you need it before continuing on. Once again, head up and away from the river, enjoying the signature deep moss and silence.
The trail is well kept, meandering through the forest, returning to the river intermittently. After your third reunion with the river, the trail begins to climb away from it yet again, only to end abruptly. You can see the washout and part of an old bridge on the other side, but it's not recommended to cross it.
Turn around the way you came, enjoying the riverside ramble from a different angle.