Stuck looking at the fog and being cold?
Maybe it is sunny, but are forced to run weekend errands all day.
You could possibly live too far away from the area to take a day trip.
No worries either way, as we here at Exotic Hikes try to make sure that you get your daily dose of the Olympic Peninsula.
As of 10am on Saturday January 19th, 2013, these are the current conditions of some of the most pristine areas around the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park as well as hikes in the area for you to do. This is the only place giving you up to minute weather conditions!
First, we start off along the Hood Canal, where the fog is pretty thick near Hoodsport: http://exotichikes.com/staircase-step-up-into-the-olympic-national-park/
However, once you start getting up near Sequim, the fog starts to lift, as seen here: http://exotichikes.com/dungeness-spit/
Then, once you are in Port Angeles, the sun starts to peak through: http://exotichikes.com/dammed-no-more-the-elwha-river-is-free-for-you-to-enjoy-on-amazing-day-hikes/
And then you get to the beauty of Hurricane Ridge: http://exotichikes.com/hurricane-ridge-hikes/
Check out the old site of the dam along the Elwha River: http://exotichikes.com/dammed-no-more-the-elwha-river-is-free-for-you-to-enjoy-on-amazing-day-hikes/
Followed my the majesty of Lake Crescent: http://exotichikes.com/lake-crescent-and-marymere-falls-one-of-the-olympic-peninsulas-best-areas/
And then out to the beaches near Forks: http://exotichikes.com/shi-shi-beach-hikes/
And the Beach in Ocean Shores: http://exotichikes.com/snowy-owls-in-ocean-shores-3-reasons-to-bird-with-exotic-hikes/
With this all within a days drive, why aren’t you booking a trip to the Olympic Peninsula today??? Where else can you be on the beach, near one of the deepest Lakes in America and in the mountains, all in one day?
Contact us for details!!!
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