Olympic National Park – Spring
June 24 - 29, 2019
(6 days, 5 nights; Mon - Sat)Alternate Tour Dates
Includes all lodging, all meals, park entrance fees, leaders, trail maps and narratives.
Timberline van shuttle is included from Seattle to Kalaloch prior to tour and from Port Angeles to Seattle following tour.
Not included: Airline service to Seattle–Tacoma International Airport; Guide Gratuity.
Hotel 8:30 am
“I enjoyed the variety of scenery on this trip – beach, rainforest and mountains!” Olympic hiker
Olympic National Park, situated in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula at land’s end in the northwestern corner of Washington, dominated by the towering glacier-capped peaks of the Olympic Range, stands as one of the last genuine wilderness regions in the “lower 48.” Much of the park can only be accessed on foot and the park’s 600 miles of trails are proof that the Olympics are a hiker’s fantasyland.
An important element contributing to the fascination of Olympic National Park is the astounding diversity embraced within its boundaries. From the Pacific beaches of Kalaloch through the rain forests of Quinault and the Hoh River, along the thunderous rivers of the Elwha, Bogachiel, and Quinault that carve spectacular deep gorges, to the soaring snowclad summits of Mount Olympus and the Bailey Range, Washington’s Olympic National Park offers an extraordinary adventure hiking opportunity.
It is this remarkable diversity that we hope to capture in the course of our Olympic National Park Hiking Tour.
|Day 1||Group assembles in Seatac area; van shuttle from Seatac to Kalaloch; hike the beach and tide pools at Kalaloch||5|
|Day 2||Hoh Rain Forest; overnight in Kalaloch||9|
|Day 3||Ozette Lake; overnight at Sol duc Resort||6|
|Day 4||Sol Duc Falls, Deer Lake, Little Divide Trail; overnight at Sol Duc Resort||11|
|Day 5||Elwha River Valley – Altair Picnic Area - Glines Canyon Overlook; overnight in Port Angeles||6|
|Day 6||Hurricane Ridge – Hurricane Hill – Klahhane Ridge. Van shuttle return to Seattle||6|