Washington’s Olympic National Park is extraordinary. More than 95 percent of it is designated as the Olympic Wilderness, meaning it’s undisturbed by buildings or roads. On a trail in this International Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO World Heritage site, you might find yourself with black bears, elk or mountain goats as your only companions.
- Day 1: Arrive in Seattle. Set off for Olympic National Park and a hike in the Quinault Valley.
- Day 2: Hike among the huge trees, cascading moss and Roosevelt elk in the Hoh Rain Forest. Day 3: Drive north along the coast and stop at the La Push beaches and sea stacks. Settle in at
- the Lake Crescent Lodge and take an after-dinner hike to Marymere Falls.
- Day 4: Hike the Sol Duc Valley’s old-growth fir forests on the way up to the subalpine Deer Lake. Feel the cool mist of Sol Duc Falls as you pass by.
- Day 5: Explore mountain meadows on Hurricane Ridge.
- Day 6: Return to Seattle for flights home.
June 18-23, 2017
August 6-12, 2017
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