Spots on the Olympic Peninsula

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A list by Michael Matti | sort by: latest
These are some of my favorite spots on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington that are definitely worth visiting.
Second Beach, Clallam County, WashingtonSecond BeachClallam County, WashingtonSecond Beach on the Washington Coast. This is my favorite spot to camp on the coast. It's the perfect place to enjoy a campfire with friends. Hike...Hall of Mosses, Jefferson County, WashingtonHall of MossesJefferson County, WashingtonMy favorite section of the Hall of Mosses Trail in the Hoh Rainforest. Hike Distance: 0.8 miles round trip Hike Elevation: 100ft Best time to...Third Beach, Jefferson County, WashingtonThird BeachJefferson County, WashingtonThird Beach. Distance: 3.6 miles roundtrip Elevation: 280ft This is an especially good hike to do if Second Beach is too crowded. You can also camp...Lake Crescent Lodge, Clallam County, WashingtonLake Crescent LodgeClallam County, WashingtonPNW roads are the best with their mossy greens and thick forests. Just after the parking lot to the Storm King Ranger Station, turn left and you'll...Marymere Falls, Clallam County, WashingtonMarymere FallsClallam County, WashingtonThis short hike starts at the Storm King Ranger Station and leads to beautiful Marymere Falls. Distance: 1.8 Roundtrip Elevation gain: 500ftStorm King Ranger Station, Clallam County, WashingtonStorm King Ranger StationClallam County, WashingtonIt doesn't really get more PNW looking than the storm king ranger station. It's just a few feet from the parking lot and makes for some good...Ruby Beach, Jefferson County, WashingtonRuby BeachJefferson County, WashingtonSunset at Ruby Beach on the Washington coast. This is a beautiful beach with several prominent seastacks as well as lots of driftwood on the beach....Hoh Rainforest Drive, Jefferson County, WashingtonHoh Rainforest DriveJefferson County, WashingtonThe drive into the Hoh Rainforest is one of my favorites in the PNW. The 18 mile drive winds through lush forests that will take your breathe away.Hall of Mosses, Jefferson County, WashingtonHall of MossesJefferson County, WashingtonThe magical Hall of Mosses Trail in the Hoh Rainforest.Madison Falls Trailhead, Clallam County, WashingtonMadison Falls TrailheadClallam County, WashingtonMadison Falls. Best seen in the winter or spring when the waterfall has more water. It's just a 0.2 mile hike roundtrip.
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