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Travelled through this rainforest in December, yet it was absolutely gorgeous. The sceneries and the majestic Trees are talking to you at every turn. Drizzle, rain, Sunshine, rain again, it keeps on changing as you drive thru. Olympic National Rainforest is a wonderful way to...More
Even in December it’s wonderful to drive through and hike The Olympic National Forest. There are so many millions of acres that there is always a new trail and area to find. Driving Highway 101 Pacific Coast Highway allows one access at so many points....More
We loved loved loved the hike ... the forest was amazing and we spent lots of time taking pictures and just enjoying the walk through the tall tall trees. Bit of a hassle towards the end of the trail and ended up walking on the...More
This is my first major experience of a Temperate rainforests and glad I decided to try it. This is a must visit in the NW pacific. It is beautiful, tranquil and absolutely amazing. Will definitely visit again!
We took a day tour and spent 75% time travelling in a van from Seattle! Not recommended unless you are spending a few days here. The view from hurricane ridge and lake crescent is gorgeous but it's not worth the drive. Many cafes are closed...More
We had a good walk through the forest and visited the Mary mere water falls, which was nice to see. One of the wonders for me though was, how did the builders get a huge steel bridge that crosses the river to the falls, through...More
The actual mountains will have snow likely. It's a ski area in winter. The whole park has several micro-climates and it will be WET. It could be any where from low 30s to the low 50s. Best to use your weather app and check... More
The actual mountains will have snow likely. It's a ski area in winter. The whole park has several micro-climates and it will be WET. It could be any where from low 30s to the low 50s. Best to use your weather app and check several of the local towns and see what the weather is like currently. Although we are having a weird warmish period right now. It was 60 degrees in Seattle today in January so that's very weird.