Olympic National Park Scenic Drive. Originally published july 27, 2014 at 6:30 am updated july 27, 2014 at 8:31 am. Scenic drive toward olympic national park.
Some parts were not very scenic. Helens and mount rainier, the drive along the olympic peninsula loop was rather underwhelming. Marymere falls is a straight drop and the trail takes you to vantage points high and low to view the 28 metres (90 foot) plunge.
Go At Your Own Speed—Drive It In A Long Day With Minimal Breaks Or.
The road was rough to drive in certain spots as cars would park on the side of the road. Most park destinations can be reached via u.s. Highway 101, which circumnavigates the olympic peninsula.
Discover The Most Wonderful Places In The World And Bring Nature Inside!
Klahhane ridge trail to mount angeles. Hikes in northern olympic national park. At just over a two hour drive from seattle, the park makes a perfect spot for a day trip to catch some incredible views and enjoy a bit of nature away from the city.
One Of Them Is Hurricane Ridge Scenic Overlook, Which Offers Unparalleled Panoramic Views Of The Park.
Take a virtual road trip along the highway 101 located in olympic national park. Sol duc hot springs road. Olympic national park is home to some of the most striking vistas not only in washington, but in the entire nation, as well.
Located In The Heart Of Puget Sound, The Peninsula Is Surrounded By Over 300 Miles Of Shoreline And Is Situated Between The Dramatic Mountain Olympic And Cascade Mountains Ranges Of Washington.
High dividetrail & the seven lakes basin loop. From there, take 104 west and 101 north to north race street in port angeles, a left on north race street then continue on mt. These are the five major landscape settings on the olympic peninsula.
Our First Stop Was The Airport To Pick Up My.
Read on to discover the perfect scenic drive for your adventure. So on our four day trip to olympic national park, we didn’t take the most common counterclockwise route from seattle, starting out on the bainbridge island ferry toward port angeles, looping up and around to the west and ending up on the washington coast. The trail is roughly 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) return from the storm king ranger station.