Olympic National Park

National Park, Park, and Trail
Port Angeles
19 Tips and reviews
  • hurricane ridge
  • hiking
  • visitor center
  • nature preserves
  • scenic views
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  • Greatist
    GreatistSeptember 26, 2014
    Olympic National Park contains 3 different ecosystems including a rainforest. Head to the Quinault Rainforest (1 of only 3 in the western hemisphere) to see the largest Sitka Spruce tree in the world. Read more
    Upvoted Apr 16
  • Didi C.
    Didi CSeptember 1, 2014
    There are TWO cancellation stamps @ the Port Angeles Visitor Center. One is in plain view, the other is "hidden". You must ask for the hidden stamp at the desk where backpackers sign up for permits.
  • Bill J.
    Bill JanisSeptember 6, 2010
    Many different ways to go from this spot. Either the trailheads you can read right before the entrance station (Heather Park or Lake Angeles) or go right up to the Switch Back Trail 15 miles on.
  • Jeffrey H.
    Jeffrey HanshawMarch 8, 2015
    Even if you don't hike, at least visit Hurricane Ridge. When you reach the top, it is then that there is no denying that there is a God. Beautiful.
  • Kevin Spudman P.
    The sights are to die for. Well maintained roads and trails. Once you experience it, you'll never want to go home.
    Upvoted Apr 16
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    Photography challenge! Check out these Documerica photos from 40 years ago. Take a photo of Olympic National Park today and submit it to our State of the Environment Photo Project. Read more
  • Sharecare
    SharecareMay 22, 2012
    Even on short hikes, be prepared for changeable weather. Carry food, water, raingear, extra layers of clothing and this FREE Red Cross emergency app. Read more
  • inn at rooster hill
    inn at rooster hillFebruary 16, 2010
    before hiking into the many parts of the olympic national park - stop by the main visitors center here in Port Angeles for great tips
  • Amelia R.
    Amelia ReimerMarch 21, 2010
    Go to Olympic National Park & check out Hurricane Ridge for skiing & snowshoeing in Winter; hiking in Summer.
  • Condé Nast Traveler
    Rugged coast, glacier-capped mountains, and temperate—and largely roadless—rain forests. Read more
  • Kyle H.
    Kyle HughesDecember 29, 2013
    Get the table by the front window for some of the best people watching in the city!!
  • Brian D.
    Brian DuncanMay 15, 2015
    Nice visitor center with activities for the kids.
  • Caroline D.
    Caroline DengJuly 6, 2015
    There are so many beautiful outlooks here. Check out Hurricane Ridge.
    Upvoted May 29
  • Maggie F.
    Maggie Fritz-MorkinSeptember 15, 2010
    At the top of the Hurricane Hill hike, check out the thicket. It's full of deer!
  • Shawn R.
    Shawn RicksFebruary 13, 2014
    The waterfalls are beautiful - worth walking to :)
  • Steve H.
    Steve Hill6 days ago
    Go early and catch the sun hitting the ridge before the clouds roll in for the day.
  • Mary S.
    Mary SJune 30, 2015
    Amazing forest! I could stay there forever.
  • Zach T.
    Zach ThomasJanuary 2
    Hurricane ridge is the best view
  • Nicky D.
    Nicky DigitalJune 18, 2012
    Dance with some deer!
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