The Olympic Peninsula & The Coast
The Olympic Peninsula is dominated by the glorious Olympic National Park, a designated UNESCO* World Heritage Site with nearly one million acres of rain forest valleys, glaciers, alpine meadows, waterfalls and rugged coastline. The park is easily accessible by car ferry from Vancouver Island and Seattle as well as the picturesque Highway 101 which encircles the peninsula.
Frontier America would recommend at least 3 days in and around the Park spending one night in the northern section at either Lake Crescent or the town of Port Angeles and one to the south at either Kalaloch on the ocean or Lake Quinault. This will give you the chance to follow the Magical Misty Tour - otherwise known as the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail. Some of the waterfalls require a long hike, others are easily accessible. One sight not to be missed is the Hurricane Ridge just outside Port Angeles, another is the Hoh Rain Forest.
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