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“a must for nature lovers”

Olympic National Forest
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Owner description: Pristine forest surrounding the Olympic Mountain range.
Reviewed August 25, 2012

We had an amazing day driving through Olympic national Park and stopping along the way to take pictures and have a picnic. One day has just given us a small glimpse of what is available to see and do here. There are forests, mountains, the ocean beaches and so much more... We are already planning our trip back for a longer stay!

Be sure to stop in at the visitor's center in Port Angeles. It is very interactive with many hands-on display. The park staff there is very helpful as well.

Thank athomeinkansas
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Reviewed August 22, 2012

Olympic National Park has unique homeostasis. It's a big peninsula. A lot of sight seeing: mountains, forests, beaches, lakes. Plan around 3 days for trip

Thank Jacob1993
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Reviewed August 20, 2012

Beautiful. Great place to let your kids run ahead of you on a trail and burn some energy. Then you can enjoy the forest. Great short and long walks. Always in the shade

Thank Julie B
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Reviewed August 19, 2012

loved the amazing trees the well laid out trails and the information provided for the travelers we would definitely recommend this area for a quiet visit.

Thank AgassizBoy
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

Walking through these giant sitka spruce groves and ferns makes you feel so blessed to be alive. We did the Sol Duc Falls trail (3 miles one way) and the Deer Lake trail (3.8m one way) from our campsite near the Sol Duc Hot Springs resort. Most of the trail was quiet and not crowded, especially the route to the falls. You're left alone with just the abundance of nature and the wonders of these enormous, magical trees. The hike to Deer Lake was consistently uphill and quite rocky at certain points, but well worth it because Deer Lake is GORGEOUS!!!

Thank Jessthegoddess
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