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Reviewed 29 November 2016

From mountains to temperate rain forests to beaches and more, Washington's Olympic Peninsula has much to offer.

Thank AAHolt
Reviewed 13 November 2016

Beginning an hour north of Aberdeen begins an adventure.There are ocean views, whales (in season), temperate rain forests, rushing streams and some great lodges. Driving is easy in low season and it does not rain all the time. Take a rain jacket but rain fail...More

Thank Iwanttobeontheroad
Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

The Peninsula is so peaceful and filled with so many things to do. Any one could spend to week, maybe a month to see it all. There are things for all ages to do.

Thank Cherie E
Reviewed 24 February 2016

A must see. I would suggest taking late April because it is not crowded. My wife and I really enjoyed the drive and scenery. We started out in Seattle and drove around the Peninsula and then down the cost to Big Sur in California.

Thank ElijahM5
Reviewed 10 April 2015

We drove up and back from Portland, OR and around the peninsula in three days, early April, with sunshine for three days. It was busy, and we only saw bits. Hurricane Ridge drive was amazing, but the clouds were heavy. By the time we reached...More

19  Thank Karina W
Reviewed 4 March 2015 via mobile

Beware that on chilly mornings there can be hard to spot black ice on the roads. We were on the way to catch the ferry to Canada when we encountered some. Nearly got killed.

5  Thank CarmichaelVentura
Reviewed 20 September 2014

We took a ferry from Vancouver Island and drove to Kalaloch Lodge for two nights. There were so many and varied sights on the Olympic peninsula, we were sorry we did not have more time there. The coastal areas, the rain forest and the stunning...More

5  Thank Sandra S
Reviewed 4 September 2013

Spent Labor Day weekend hiking the Oly Pen route from Cape Alava to Point of Arches. The last day between Seafield and the Point was extremely difficult. Their are headlines that have to be climbed over because they cannot be rounded due to the tides....More

5  Thank BellinghamBeachbaby
Reviewed 25 August 2013

After nearly 20 years of promising ourselves to do it, we finally made our drive around the Olympic Peninsula. Several things surprised us. One was simply the distances - 575 miles for the loop from our Bainbridge Island home, and much of it comparatively slow...More

31  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 30 May 2013

The Olympic Peninsula is a stunning place and ideal for people who wish to explore nature and see an amazing variety of natural sights - forests, mountains, lakes, coastal areas... and maybe particularly for people who want to do this in a less touristic place...More

8  Thank Flensted
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