All posts tagged: "Olympic Peninsula"

Hike the Hoh River Trail in Olympic National Park

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula offers a seemingly endless variety of hiking opportunities but one of the most popular has to be the famed Hoh River Trail. There’s nothing quite like the Olympic Peninsula’s Hoh rain forest. Dense with huge trees, draped with heavy moss, peopled by myriad wildlife, and all before a stunning backdrop of the

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Surfing La Push and Neah Bay

Surfing may not be the first thing that comes to mind for most when they think of the Olympic Peninsula. Yet people have been surfing La Push and Neah Bay for years. Best of all? La Push is less than 8 miles from Manitou Lodge! Surfing in the PNW has been a thing for just

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But Isn’t It Always Raining? – Olympic National Park Weather

One of the most common questions we get from folks planning a visit to the area is about Olympic National Park weather conditions. Not too surprisingly, folks seem to think a rain forest is bound to be, well, rainy. While we certainly get our fair share of precipitation throughout the year (and then some), we

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