Includes all of the must see attractions for a short trip to the Olympics. Spend time on beaches, lakes, hiking glacier mountains, and enjoying lavender farms along the way!
Olympic North Shore
Explore the longest natural sand spit in North America, visit nearby lavender farms and wineries that offer local favorites and unique treats. This route includes the best and most expansive views of the Olympic Mountains via Hurricane Ridge and a stop to Lake Crescent.
For when one destination isn't enough, this route includes Olympic beaches, hikes, farms, and lakes as well as popular Mt Rainier attractions
All Out Olympics and Relaxing Rainier
See all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer by looping around the northern and western regions of the National Park. Spend time on beaches, lakeshores, and hiking glacier mountains before exploring popular Mt Rainier attractions.
Seattle to Dungeness Spit
The drive to Dungeness Spit is a dream, take your Cabana onto a ferry and enjoy the scenic boat ride to the Peninsula.
Explore Dungeness Spit
Several wineries and lavender farms are available to stop at before heading to your campsite.
Start your day at the longest natural sand spit in North America, in fact, it's a 10 mile hike round trip to reach the end. Don't let the distance discourage you, the trek is rewarded with a charming lighthouse with picnic tables and playground.
Head west to Port Angeles (short 15 minutes) and drive the spectacular 18-mile drive up to the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center. From short and sweet to more strenuous, explore the over 10 hiking trailheads beginning here.
Break up the short drive with a stop Lake Crescent and spend your morning paddle-boarding or kayaking. While rumors have it this lake is bottomless, a depth of over two stories deeper than Seattle's Space Needle.
Explore the Hoh Rainforest
Nothing inspires child like wonder like hiking the Hall of Moss and surrounding trails, strolling under wilted tree branches weighted in lumps of moss and ferns that have accumulated for over a 1000 years.
Drive along beautiful coastal highway 101 to get to your next spot 90 miles away, Lake Quinault, a visiting spot of President Roosevelt shortly before making the Olympic Region a National Park. Which of the lakes is more scenic? See them both to decide!
Explore Lake Quinault
Visit the rustic resort built-in 1926, Lake Quinault Lodge, a grand architectural feat for its time and famous visiting spot of President Roosevelt. Dine in the lunch room and take in the overwhelmingly calm surrounding.
Enjoy the leisurely and scenic drive to the Northwest region of Mt Rainier. Stop on Church Street in Wilkeson to see historic store fronts built from old iron, weathered brick and creosoted timber.
Explore Carbon River
Visit historic Wilkeson Coke Ovens, where bituminous coal only found in this region, an important commodity to the economic growth of the PNW in the 1800s, was burned to make it stronger. The ovens still stand today although unused for 100 years. Hike Melmont Ghost Town Trail, a 6 mile hike where many remnants of the old mining town remain.
Go overboard exploring the Olympics, see glacier mountains, a 5 mile long sand spit, deep lakes, and majestic Hoh Rainforest
This popular route expands the northern and western regions of the Olympic National Park and includes all of its must see attractions. Spend time on beaches and hiking glacier mountains, making stops to lavender farms, wineries, and lakes along the way!
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