The Makah Museum – Doorway To The Past

The Makah Museum – Doorway To The Past

The Makah Museum, in Neah Bay, WA, is internationally recognized as one of the nation’s finest tribal museums. The museum’s fascinating collection of pre-contact Makah artifacts is unrivaled and well worth your time. The Makah are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest. The tribe’s traditional lands, now the Makah reservation, are located on the

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Olympic National Park in Winter

There are many ways to experience Olympic National Park in Winter. From snow-blanketed mountains to forests dripping with rain, and ocean beaches pummeled by winter storms, the park is worth a winter visit. While some roads and facilities are closed during winter, the park itself is always open! Just like the park, Manitou Lodge is

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Shi Shi Beach and Point of the Arches

It’s hard to find a spot along the wild and rugged Olympic Coast that isn’t picturesque. For many, however, one the coast’s most beautiful spots is Point of the Arches on Shi Shi Beach. Here you’ll find hiking, camping, beachcombing, tidepooling, and photograph opportunities galore! Shi Shi Beach is one of Washington state’s most pristine

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Hiking Cape Flattery Trail

Discover the furthest northwest tip of the contiguous United States with a hike along the Cape Flattery Trail on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Cape Flattery is located on the western side of the tip of the Olympic Peninsula, where the Strait of Juan de Fuca merges with the Pacific. The Cape was so named by Captain

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Spruce Railroad Trail – Discover Lake Crescent

The Spruce Railroad Trail is a popular and fairly easy, four mile long hike that skirts the shores of scenic Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Olympic National Park’s Lake Crescent was formed by melting glaciers during the last ice age. It has the distinction of being Washington’s second deepest lake. The area is home

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