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A fantastic trip for a family with teens is hiking and camping in the Olympic National Park, and above all other places there you must see the Hoh Rain Forest and hike the Hall of Mosses. We camped in the Hoh Campground (first come first...More
Wild! Only one big town - Aberdeen. Otherwise you drive for miles with nothing but trees. Then road works and takes one hour to cover 10 miles. 17 plus mikes in to each location in National Park. You need plenty of time and a reason...More
Most of this peninsula is the Olympic National Park, which is spectacular and filled with wonderful hikes to waterfalls and other things such as the Hoh Rainforest. There are a number of lively and interesting towns such as Sequim, Port Angeles, Port Townsend.
Beginning an hour north of Aberdeen begins an adventure.There are ocean views, whales (in season), temperate rain forests, rushing streams and some great lodges. Driving is easy in low season and it does not rain all the time. Take a rain jacket but rain fail...More
A must see. I would suggest taking late April because it is not crowded. My wife and I really enjoyed the drive and scenery. We started out in Seattle and drove around the Peninsula and then down the cost to Big Sur in California.
We drove up and back from Portland, OR and around the peninsula in three days, early April, with sunshine for three days. It was busy, and we only saw bits. Hurricane Ridge drive was amazing, but the clouds were heavy. By the time we reached...More
We took a ferry from Vancouver Island and drove to Kalaloch Lodge for two nights. There were so many and varied sights on the Olympic peninsula, we were sorry we did not have more time there. The coastal areas, the rain forest and the stunning...More