Hiking - Olympic Peninsula

Hiking - Olympic Peninsula


Hike the Great Outdoors

Hiking is a natural way to explore the Olympic Peninsula. Short or long, leisurely or invigorating, you'll find a great variety of hikes here. For the latest information about hiking in the Olympic National Park, along with updated maps, visit the National Park Service website.

Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge, nearly a mile high, offers great hiking with many hiking trails from which to choose. We recommend you start at the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center where exhibits, orientation movie, and restrooms are available year-round.

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Lake Crescent Lodge

Lake Crescent offers a variety of hiking trails, some involve climbing the surrounding mountains and others will have you exploring the lowland forests and creeks. These trails are for individuals interested in a self-guided experience.

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Lake Quinault Lodge

Located across from Lake Quinault Lodge are 8 miles of inter-connected, beautiful nature hiking trails complete with occasional interpretive signs. Hikes as short as a half-mile are available. Leashed dogs are permitted on some of these trails.

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Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

At Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, the famous Lover's Lane Loop (six miles round-trip) is accessible from the back of the resort. This is one of the popular hiking trails in the Sol Duc Area.

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Lake Crescent Lodge

The Lake Crescent Lodge offers several guided interpretive hikes. These hikes are informative and generally easy to do.

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