The tour starts and ends at Lake Quinault Lodge. You ride in a 15 person van around the lake (after hearing the history of the lodge). You stop at the world's largest spruce, a couple waterfalls, a homestead and take a short (about .5 mile)...More
Olympic National Park and Forest Lake Quinault Tours
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Beautiful area, highly recommend visiting over several days. There is so much to see, from the mountains to the beaches. It is just breathtaking.
Each time I travel to the Olympic National Park and Forest I am more amazed. This time of fall has perfect weather and majestic views. My favorite is the Maple Glade in Quinaukt Lake. It’s majestic with ancient maples and leaves as large as your...More
Our tour guide, Charlie, was excellent. Had great knowledge and passion for the rainforest and its environs. We were able to stop numerous times to take pictures and listen to Charlie describe what we were seeing. He answered many questions with enthusiasm. The rainforest walking...More
The content and information shared on this tour will remain with me. I’ll never look at any forrest in the same way again. Charlie the our Guide, was highly knowledgeable, entertaining and just plain fun. Four hours went by fast. Comfort station a little past...More
We were on the Washington Coast for a weeklong getaway with our children and my parents and after seeing a story on the news about Olympic National Park decided to give this tour a try. We are so happy we did. The 4 hour length...More
We had a wonderful time, but we didn’t anticipate LONG lines to get in at the different entrances. The ranger stations were also fairly crowded. So if you’re planning to road trip around the park, don’t just count the miles and minutes from point A...More
We took the four hour rain forest tour that leaves from and returns to the Lake Quinault Lodge. Our guide was LeRoy Tipton and he did a wonderful job. You can easily do the loop by yourself in your car but he added so much...More
We started our tour on the Pacific coast and ended in Port Angeles. We hiked in the rain forest at Quinault Lake and Hoh Rain Forest. Don't miss the "Hall of Mosses". Our 1 night stay at Kalaloch Lodge was a high lite with ocean...More
It was absolutely beautiful! The first two days it rained. So we played games until the rain passed. By the third day it was so hot we played in the lake most of the day. I highly recommend exploring the whole loop!