The western shores of the Olypmic Peninsula contain rugged headlands between hike-able beaches. Impassable headlands are circumvented with climbing ladders, static lines, and trails to high ground. These detours often lead to a safe overland trail during high tides. In La Push, on the Quiluete Reservation grounds of 1st Beach, a tsunami evacuation route was built in 2006 to provide safe access from this popular beach to high ground. The route was built by a team of Quiluete youth, elders, and the Pacific Northwest Trail Association staff. I was involved in this building and have recently recommended to the Quileute Tribal Council that the route needed rehabilitation work to be fully accessible. In April, Nicoterra Trails organized a volunteer work party through support of the Tribal Council, and the Quileute Tribal School staff to brush out the trail and prepare for more advanced tread work. We had a delightful group of students to assist in this effort and managed to clear the entire trail.