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Olympic National Park Small-Group Tour from Seattle

  • Full-day, small-group tour of Olympic National Park
  • Take several guided interpretive nature walks with a naturalist guide
  • During the winter months, trek through the beautiful forests with snowshoes
Olympic National Park Small-Group Tour from Seattle
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7:30am Departure
Tour departs at 7:30am
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Experience the beauty of the great outdoors in the Pacific Northwest on this all-day, guided,small-group tour of Olympic National Park. From beaches and mountains to forests and farms, explore this spectacular wilderness park on a series of nature walks with a naturalist guide. Ride along in a luxury van or SUV, then stroll through the country’s oldest forests or along beaches with a breathtaking view of the Olympic Mountains. A light breakfast and gourmet picnic lunch, plus hotel pickup and drop-off, are included on this tour.
What to Expect
After being picked up at your hotel in downtown Seattle, climb into a luxury vehicle and begin the approximately 2-hour journey to Olympic National Park.

The park features snow-covered mountains, rain forests and the majestic Pacific coastline. There are remote beaches, plus the country’s oldest forests and one of Washington’s most dramatic mountain ranges. The Olympic Peninsula is home to some of the greatest wilderness left in the United States, including sixteen species of plants and animals that evolved here — and nowhere else. Enjoy short, interpretive nature walks throughout the day. If there is enough snow for snowshoeing, the guide will bring all the necessary equipment.

Learn forest ecology and the geology of the stunning Olympic Mountains. Weather permitting, drive up to Hurricane Ridge for incredible mountain views and spot wildlife and waterfalls along the scenic routes. Visit the pristine waters of stunning Lake Crescent in the northern foothills of the Olympic Mountains. This lake was carved by glaciers, so it’s an ideal spot for those in search of natural beauty. On days when weather closes access to Hurricane Ridge we may visit the sandy coastline of the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge or spend more time among the forests and waterfalls of the Elwha Valley.

At midday, a gourmet picnic will be provided. Please see the Itinerary section for menu information.
Reviews (110)
1 - 5 of 27 reviews
Reviewed October 13, 2018
Amazing day in Olympic National Park!

Sean is an amazing guide! This tour was great start to finish, and we got to see more beautiful sights than we would have on our own for the day. The lunch was delicious and the ferry ride was a fun bonus to and from...More

Thank Ben B
Reviewed October 12, 2018

We were only in Seattle for 4 days and wanted to see and do as much as we could, so we booked this trip rather than doing something on our own and it was worth it! The weather was PERFECT. We were able to see...More

Thank Nancy G
Reviewed October 9, 2018
Great day at Olympic National Park

My husband and I took this day trip to the park, led by Claire. She was great at explaining the history of the park and providing opportunities to see special aspects of the park. Our favorite was the time spent at Crescent Lake, a historic...More

Thank susantU9580GY
Reviewed October 9, 2018
Great way to experience Olympic National Park

Our trip to Olympic National Park was perfect in so many ways! Our guide JD was friendly, knowledgeable and focused on making sure everyone on the tour was having a good time. We got to see a few spots in the park and each were...More

1  Thank Meghan C
Reviewed October 8, 2018
See the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

This trip is amazing! We went on Oct. 1st and even though it was raining all day, it was still incredible. Our guide, Sean, knew the area so well and was full of stories about history, folklore and the naming of mountains, and other places...More

Thank denversixxchik
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Kathy L
September 23, 2018|
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Response from JohnDavid20009 | Reviewed this property |
our trip did not go to Hoe as we went on the northern side of the peninsula(towards Canada and Puget Sound) where Hurricane Ridge, Crescent Lake, etc are - Hoe rain forest is on the south side - hours away (you have to... More
Deb C
May 14, 2018|
Response from sophiesC2725NF | Reviewed this property |
Think I got back to my hotel between 8-8:30 pm, depends a bit on ferry and/or traffic which will vary day to day. Sorry don’t know about wheelchairs, but phone them up they are very friendly!