Your basecamp for adventure centrally located to explore Seattle and two Washington national parks.
Lodging, dining and golf in Sequim, Wash.
Olympic National Park is a fantastic place to explore, but don’t get so carried away with the magnificent views that you leave your common sense behind, especially when you are trying to get the ultimate selfie.
Obstruction Point Road has been called Washington's scariest road. It is Olympic National Park's highest elevation road and is narrow with steep drop-offs in places. Since it's a single-lane gravel path at points, the route gets a little hairy when you're trying to maneuver past an oncoming car.
We have included descriptions to give you a sense of what to expect on the trails from a relaxing stroll down a striking beach to a strenuous hike to a waterfall.
Get a taste for the land when you stop at one of the nine wineries and cideries along the Olympic Peninsula wineries trail.
Bring these items for a Pacific Northwest climate.
Explore two national parks, the Hood Canal and Puget Sound on this water-skirting road trip.
See elk, otters, whales and more.
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You could stay in a nondescript hotel during your Olympic road trip. But step outside your comfort zone to spend the night at fantastic and unusual lodging options along the way. Stay in a tipi, rock to sleep in a sailboat, or bunk in a castle.
Get away from it all at the serene inn, waterfront restaurant, marina and golf course at the The Resort at Port Ludlow.
The ultimate guide to lodging inside Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park has 73 miles of coastline that turns into a wave-crashing show in the winter.
Hoodsport is the gateway to the Staircase Entrance of Olympic National Park and Lake Cushman.