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To reach the farthest western point in the continental US, Cape Flattery is worth the drive (best for kids over age 8). The .75-mile hike features a boardwalk and four observation ...
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Near ocean-side La Push, home of the Quileute Nation, a series of three beaches separated by rocky headlands -- aptly named First, Second and Third Beach -- offer sandy landscapes ...
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No visit to Olympic National Park is complete without visiting the Hoh Rain Forest, one of the largest old-growth stands in the Northern hemisphere, receiving up to 170 inches of ...
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At 5,242 feet, Hurricane Ridge offers the best introduction to Olympic's scenic high country with a visitor center, kid-friendly trails, up-close wildlife views and stunning ...
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Thirty minutes west of Port Angeles, Lake Crescent is a spectacular place to swim, paddle a boat and fish. With camping and lodging here, it makes a great basecamp for the park. ...
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On your way back from Cape Flattery, stop at the Makah Cultural & Research Center in tiny Neah Bay for a one-of-a-kind history lesson scaled just right for kids. The Makah ...
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Located in the southwest corner of the park, Quinault Valley offers another aspect of the Olympic rain forest. Some people prefer the Quinault Rain Forest because it's less busy ...
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Fourteen miles off of Highway 101, the Sol Duc Falls trail is a beautiful old-growth trail with a wooden bridge and a thunderous waterfall almost a mile in (do keep an eye on ...
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On the way to Sol Duc Falls, you'll pass Sol Duc Hot Springs, a small rustic resort with hot spring pools; you can visit with a day guest pass; adults cost $12.25 and children ...
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