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Hwy 101 Accessible on the beach at Kalaloch campground, Forks, WA 98331
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Olympic Mountains Seaplane Tour from Lake Washington
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Olympic Mountains Seaplane Tour from Lake Washington

Soar over Mount Olympus, Hurricane Ridge, and the Hoh Rainforest on a scenic seaplane flight from Lake Washington to the Olympic Peninsula. You’ll see rugged terrain that’s far from roads, including vast glaciers and expanses of old-growth trees; a spectacular alternative to the hours-long drive to the Olympics, it’s a fast-track into the rugged interior of the mountains.
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Claire wrote a review Sep 2020
Bothell, Washington3 contributions
My kids were not nearly as excited or impressed by this spot as I was, but they enjoyed themselves. The beach was not very crowded.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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GoAlong2 wrote a review Aug 2020
Seattle, Washington803 contributions274 helpful votes
The soil has eroded away from under this tree along the beach in Kalaloch leaving the tree hanging by its roots across the ravine under it. It’s a fun formation to see and the beach area is fun to explore.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Susan W wrote a review Jul 2020
Tacoma, Washington667 contributions32 helpful votes
We were driving the highway 101 loop around the Olympic Peninsula & stopped here to check it out, so glad that we did!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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USN_Seabee_Wife wrote a review Mar 2020
Chehalis, Washington499 contributions250 helpful votes
The "Tree of Life" is an iconic landmark along the Washington Coast. The root system just goes to show that you should never give up! How it has survived all of these years is quite a mystery considering the roots are hanging on for dear life to just a small amount of soil along the edges of the opening. There were some broken roots because we found out that someone thought it was good place to hang a hammock and take a snooze. Why would someone think that this is okay is beyond me. Please take care of these precious resources and leave them alone for others to enjoy the beauty.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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BeginsInWonder wrote a review Feb 2020
Seattle, Washington404 contributions78 helpful votes
The Tree Root Cave, popularly known as the tree of life is accessible from a mostly sandy beach, which you can enter via the Kalaloch Campsite. The stroll down the beach is pleasant, with a lot of driftwood and large tree trunks on the beach. The tree itself is photogenic. I feel it is a little hyped - I expected it to be spanning two great cliffs or something, but it is in fact a few feet off the ground. It’s interesting how people find different metaphors in it : some about bridging divides, or thriving in adversity, others about the suffering you bring to yourself by trying to divide your energy in two separate ways. It’s worth a stop and do go eat or drink in the Kalaloch Lodge afterwards as that’s a nice, nearby spot that you can get to by foot along a roadside footpath.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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