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Quinault was just about an hour and half from where we stayed when we visited Hoh, so we decided to visit. We did not arrive until 4:30 PM, just before the ranger center closed. We were able to get a map, which was valuable on...More
It is one of the rare places in the continental United States where you find rain forests. Drenched in over 12 feet of rain per year, west side valleys nurture giant western hemlock, fir, birch, cedar, and spruce trees. Moss draped big-leaf maple create a...More
Hoh rainforest was closed due to road construction so we ended up here, and it was great! The area was very quiet and did not have large numbers of tourists. We stayed nearby at the Rain Forest Resort Village cabins. The south road out to...More
We were one of two groups there. And we arrived only because Hoh was closed for a few days for road repairs. Please be sure to check NP alerts before planning your trip!
This was a beautiful place. We did the 1.3 mile loop back...More
The Rain Forest Resort at Lake Quinault was a very nice resort with cute little cabins and a fantastic restaurant. Close to Olympic National Park rain forest area providing lots of hiking trails & water activities. Is well equipped with little store, its own post...More
The Maple Glade Trail takes off of the north Quinault Lake Ranger Station parking lot. It is a short loop trail going into the rain forest. A beautiful trail. Along the way there are numbered posts. At the beginning of the trail is a box...More
We chose to explore the Quinault forest instead of the Hoh rainforest as it was closer to the main highway and we had limited time of 3 nights and 4 days to drive the entire loop and back to Portland. We also decided to stay... More
We chose to explore the Quinault forest instead of the Hoh rainforest as it was closer to the main highway and we had limited time of 3 nights and 4 days to drive the entire loop and back to Portland. We also decided to stay 2 nights in a cabin on Lake Quinault which was a good choice. There are many short and longer nature trails in the area.