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Sample Itineraries

A Taste of What's to Come

Our Olympic National Park itineraries below were created by our seasoned staff, and are designed to guide you through a memorable park experience. You can pack it all into your visit, or pick and choose the activities and destinations that best suit your interests - and sound like the most fun!

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North HWY 101 Itinerary: 4 Days / 3 Nights

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Depart Seattle on Highway 101 North for a breathtaking tour of the Olympic Peninsula. This tour has you staying for one night as each of our four unique destinations: Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Crescent Lodge, and Lake Quinault Lodge. Each stop is truly unique and offers a diverse range of sights and activities to experience.

All of the destinations below are located off of Hwy 101 in the Olympic National Park and Forest area.

Day 1 - Lake Crescent Lodge

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Historic Lake Crescent Lodge, built in 1916 as "Singers Tavern" in Olympic National Park, serves as an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park while allowing you to experience the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort.

Day 2 - Sol Duc Hot Springs

Let tensions evaporate in Sol Duc Hot Springs soothing warm mineral pools. Don't miss the massage services, wonderful dining and nearby hiking.

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Day 3 - Lake Quinault Lodge

Surround yourself with bird song and serenity. This historic lodge is nestled in the rain forest overlooking Lake Quinault, just three hours from Seattle-and 80 years apart. Enjoy hiking, boat rentals, fine dining, and interpretive tours.

Day 4 - Depart Lake Quinault Lodge for home with memories that will last you a lifetime.

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South HWY 101 Itinerary: 4 Days / 3 Nights

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Depart Seattle on Highway 101 South for a breathtaking tour of the Olympic Peninsula. This tour has you staying for one night as each of our four unique destinations: Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Crescent Lodge, and Lake Quinault Lodge. Each stop is truly unique and offers a diverse range of sights and activities to experience.

All of the destinations below are located off of Hwy 101 in the Olympic National Park and Forest area.

Day 1 - Lake Quinault

Surround yourself with bird song and serenity. This historic lodge is nestled in the rain forest overlooking Lake Quinault, just three hours from Seattle-and 80 years apart. Enjoy hiking, boat rentals, fine dining, and interpretive tours.

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*On your way to Sol Duc Hot Springs be sure to stop at the Hoh Rainforest for a short hike and Ruby Beach for a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean.

Day 2 - Sol Duc Hot Springs

Let tensions evaporate in Sol Duc Hot Springs soothing warm mineral pools. Don't miss the massage services, wonderful dining and nearby hiking.

Day 3 - Lake Crescent Lodge

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Historic Lake Crescent Lodge, built in 1916 as "Singers Tavern" in Olympic National Park, serves as an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park while allowing you to experience the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort.

Day 4 - Depart Lake Crescent Lodge for home with memories that will last you a lifetime.

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