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Parks & nature in Port Angeles

Park
“The most diverse of the National Parks in the USA. We highly recommend that you start your visit at the Visitors Center on Race Street/Mount Angeles Road. The rangers can provide and overview of the Park, as well as current information on road and trail conditions, and tides.”
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National Park
“Beautiful sight seeing, access to hurricane hill! Great spot for lunch or a drive :) ”
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Forest
“This place is breath taking! Its one of a kind! Dont miss out on the beautiful rainforest. ”
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Lake
“The most clear lake, with breathtaking views. It’s also loaded with trail options from the lake itself. ”
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Resort
“Soak away your stress in the natural hot springs pools of various temperatures at this newly refurbished state park resort. Just 50 minutes west of Port Angeles.”
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Park
“A quick stop on the way out to Lake Crescent or the coast, Madison Falls is wonderful. Just an easy walk, maybe only a couple of hundred yards from the parking lot, to the falls. Great photo stop.”
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Waterfall
“A nice, easy 0.8 mile hike leads you to the most iconic waterfall in Olympic National Park. www.hikeolympic.com/sol-duc-falls”
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Waterfall
“Want a short day hike? This is a great place for the family, little ones included, to hike to the beautiful waterfall in the Olympic National Park. I took my kids when they were young several times, it is always breathtaking!”
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Campground
“One group drives up Hurricane Ridge, other here, switch car keys in the middle- nice ridge top hike for a few hours. Views spectacular. Camping free.”
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Campground
“Explore the part of the Olympics Mountains. Some nice easy trails that expose old growth timber, huge cedar trees, rivers and views of some mountain peaks. 50 minute drive.”
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Waterfall
“This is one of the iconic spots that you'll find in many of the guidebooks. Take your time and enjoy yourself. Make sure to plan ahead and take some rain-gear if you have it (just incase). ”
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Park
“Looking for a mossy adventure? This is an easy, short hike sprinkled with educational signage and plenty of opportunity to explore some of Washington's gorgeous, lush rainforests.”
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Campground
“Challenging trail in Olympic National Park. Get there by starting on Hurricane Ridge Road in Port Angeles. LENGTH: 7.4 miles, roundtrip ELEVATION Gain: 2350 ft. Highest Point: 4196 ft.”
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Park
“All the hikes here are scenic and beautiful. An easy hike is hall of mosses.”
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Trail
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