Lake Crescent is a glacially carved lake famous for its crystal clear waters. Visit Fairholme Beach for a cold swim or to rent a boat. Stop at various picnic spots around the lake for lunch.
Try this easy hike through an old growth forest to Marymere Falls.
Challenge yourself in a difficult-rated hike to dramatic mountain-top views.
A iconic waterfront trail that follows the shoreline for 11.2 miles. A great turnaround point is Devil’s Punchbowl and bridge for a shorter hike (2.4 miles · Est. 1 hour).
Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center has breathtaking views of mountains as soon as you leave your car. It’s a great jumping point for hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and snowboarding.
This incredible moderate trail offers sweeping 360° mountain views and is one of our favorites.
Incredible views along this moderate-hard trail and offers wildflowers in the summer.
Visit Sol Duc Falls, the top waterfall in Olympic National Park here and enjoy mineral hot springs soak at the resort. The hot springs aren’t rugged, wild or in nature —instead expect a large swimming pool that could be crowded.
Experience this easy 1.1-mile trail along the Ohanapecosh River to an island of towering, thousand-year-old trees
Moderately challenging hike along the 19-mile Seven Lakes Basin Loop in the Sol Duc Valley.
The Hoh Rainforest, pronounced "Hoe" is one of four rainforests on the Olympic Peninsula. However, it is the only one that has been awarded the distinction of being a World Heritage Site and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
This easy trail takes you through an old growth forest and features a grove of maple trees draped with abundant moss
Another easy trail to extend the Hall of Mosses through an old growth forest and a brief section by the Hoh River
The olympic coast features striking sunset views and amazing sights of the pristine beaches with rugged sea stacks. Marine wildlife spotting is common and the tidepools are not to be missed during low tide.
Admire a massive Sitka spruce tree wedged between two blocks of the sandy bluff and is hanging mid-air! Drive to the Kalaloch Campground and start walking north along the beach to spot it.
A popular 1 mile stroll with towering sea stacks and piles of driftwood logs.
A long 1.4 mile hike along the coast but we highly suggest hiking north to the “hole-in-the-wall” rock during low tide (about 2 miles).
Located 0.7 miles from La Push Road, this trail takes you to tidepools and seastacks against an iconic sunset.