The Olympic National Park is waiting for you, and this weekend it is time to make up for all those dark, dreary days and get out hiking! While the weather may not be ideal, you need a good hike in your system and this weekend is perfect for just that. Hiking increases your memory, gets you in better shape and allows you to bond and connect with both your family and nature.
We understand you might be busy and have plans, but seriously consider taking some time for you and hit a trail or two. Life is short and we are lucky enough to be in a beautiful area of the world. Take advantage of it and check out these awesome Olympic National Park trails!
Spruce Railroad Trail
Mount Storm King
Goblins Gate and Humes Ranch
Dodger Point Bridge
1st Beach (Fun fact: First Beach is part of 57 miles of wild coastline, which is the longest section not in Alaska)
North Fork of the Quinault River
Staircase Loop (Family Friendly!!)
Wagonwheel Lake (Caution: Incredibly Steep)
For more information on trails, or other trails in the Olympic National Park and around the Olympic Peninsula, check out our guidebooks!