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Hoh Rain Forest

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Hoh Rain Forest

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Olympic National Park Tour from Seattle

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Olympic National Park is well known for having several different ecosystems to explore: subalpine forest, wildflower meadows, temperate rain-forest, and the rugged Pacific Shore. This twelve hour tour allows you to sample each of these systems with the added advantage of having an experienced guide to answer any questions that may arise. Come explore tide pools along the coastal beaches, roam among old-growth forest, trek atop mountain ridges with breathtaking vistas and stand by glacier-birthed rivers and lakes.The tour begins on a leisurely ferry boat ride over the Puget Sound to the Olympic Peninsula. Our first stop will usually find us at Hurricane Ridge where you will hike to an incredible view of the valley below and the snow-capped mountains in the distance. We will move on to Crescent Lake and the seasonally Sol Duc Valley, and a sandy beach along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Please plan on approximately six miles. The exact itinerary will be curated by the tour guide.
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SBCindy wrote a review Sep 18
Miami Beach, Florida31 contributions1 helpful vote
An enchanted forest. Simply gorgeous throughout the entire hike. The trails were relatively flat and easy. We were not disappointed.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Carrie D. wrote a review Sep 6
Cleveland, Ohio1,000 contributions94 helpful votes
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This was one of our favorite hikes while in Olympic National Park. We took the Hall of Mosses and were not disappointed. We even had a good laugh that it rained the entire time we were in the rainforest. Everything is so lush and green and covered in moss and the trees are so big. We were excited to see a banana slug, too. We visited in late August and the visitor center was closed, although the restrooms were open. The rangers were outside and we had a nice chat with them before our hike. The Hoh is a bit of a drive to get to, but we thought it was definitely worthwhile. Parking was a bit of a challenge, as it was fairly crowded the day we visited--we had to circle the lot a couple of times to get a spot.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tricia A wrote a review Sep 1
Louisville, Ohio199 contributions42 helpful votes
Beautiful hiking trails...so lush and green even in the dry season ! Amazing peninsula with so may different ecosystems to explore !
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Janelle D wrote a review Aug 2020
Kansas City, Missouri64 contributions6 helpful votes
We loved walking through the Hall of Mosses. Beautiful drive getting to the parking area and only a short walk to the trails which are to the right of the visitors center, which isn’t open due to Covid. Restrooms are open. There were a lot of people, but most wore masks and gave each other space on the one way trails. Only the Olympic National Park $30 entrance fee. If you’re going to Mt. Ranier National Park also, you may want to get the $80 pass that gets you and anyone with you in for free at any national park nationwide for a year from your purchase date.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nikki F wrote a review Aug 2020
Raymond, Washington76 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is beautiful and well kept. We took the Hall of Mosses trail and there were beautiful moments but overall was not as heavily impressed as I thought I would be. We did come across bear feces though... extra excitement I did not need! Haha, but the trail itself was easy to get along (there are steep inclines but very short) and the creek you have to go across has the most clear and beautiful water! Still worth doing.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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