What should I not miss at Olympic National Park?
- Hurricane Ridge.
- Hoh Rainforest.
- Lake Crescent Lodge.
- Visit Sol Duc Falls.
- Coastal Beaches.
- Bike along the Olympic Discovery Trail.
- Hiking in Olympic National Park.
- Hit the Water!
How many days should I spend in Olympic National Park? At a minimum, you need three full days in Olympic National Park, if you want to visit Hurricane Ridge, the Pacific Coastline, and the temperate rainforests. However, more time is better, as it allows you to hike more trails and it gives you some contingency time should it rain or snow, which is entirely possible.
What is Olympic National Park best known for? Known for the diversity of its distinct ecosystems – the rugged pacific coastline, massive glacier-clad peaks, a temperate rainforest on the west side that receives 150 inches of rainfall annually (considered to be one of the wettest areas in the continental US), and an old growth forest with a much drier climate to
Is Olympic National Park worth visiting? The Olympic Peninsula and encompassing Olympic National Park of Washington embody the true definition of adventure. Lush rainforests, snow-capped mountain peaks, and a rugged coast ripped straight from those scenic calendars hanging in the break room—Olympic National Park deserves at least one encounter in a lifetime.