Located along the Strait of Juan de Fuca the north end of the Olympic National Park is one of the most gorgeous areas in the country. Frequent sightings of whales, elk, seals, deer, marmots, tide pools and even the occasional black bear occur here, making the region an animal haven. With hiking trails, beaches, rivers, lakes and waterfalls,the northern Olympic Peninsula is an incredible haven for nature enthusiasts from around the world. If you are looking for a perfect weekend trip with the kids, your special someone or just yourself, look no further than the north end of the Olympic Peninsula. Whether you are driving from Seattle or taking a ferry from Victoria, BC, the Olympic Peninsula is waiting for you.
Good For All Ages:
Sol Duc Falls
Lake Crescent’s Spruce Railroad Trail
Advanced Day Hikes
Humes Ranch/Goblins Gate/Dodger Point Bridge
Mount Storm King
7 Lakes Basin
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