Archive for the 'Olympic Peninsula Outdoor Recreation' Category

Tour de Lavender

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Just when you thought all the lavender fun was finished for the summer – you were wrong. If you missed the Lavender Festival, or you prefer to avoid a crowd in Sequim while still enjoying theĀ  fields of lavender colored – well, lavender, join in the Tour de lavender, a cycling event with rides for […]

Olympic Peninsula Hot Springs

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Looking for a great weekend getaway this spring? Come to the Olympic Peninsula! Along with charming waterfront communities and beautiful landscapes, we also have natural hot springs. There are two different places where you can bathe in Hot Springs on the Peninsula. One is easily accessed and built up into a resort style destination. The […]

Olympic Peninsula Tours: Hoh Rainforest & Rialto Beach

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

If you want to experience the isolated and dramatic Olympic Mountains, your visit will be incomplete without a visit to the remarkable and rare Hoh rainforest. On the west slopes of the Olympic Mountains lies a misty and moist landscape of giant, big leaf maples, and a vast variety of shrubs and flowers. The weather […]

Olympic Peninsula Tours: Lake Crescent and Hurricane Ridge

Monday, December 24th, 2012

The Olympic Peninsula is a visually stunning place with large areas of wilderness. This makes it an amazing place to visit. There is a lot to see and for someone that doesn’t know where to start, a tour can be a great way to see the Peninsula. We will use some of our winter posts […]

Visit a Marine Sanctuary

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary encompasses 135 miles of coastline. It’s located on the Olympic Peninsula, in the northwest corner of Washington State, and much of it is remote and wild. We’re fortunate to live and work so close to this national treasure. Many of the people who visit our 8 member Olympic Peninsula […]

The Winter Wonderland of Hurricane Ridge

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Hurricane Ridge is truly a winter wonderland. You can cross country ski, downhill ski, snowboard, telemark, snowshoe and sled there. Novice winter sports enthusiasts will feel comfortable here, and experts can find a challenge. On clear days, the sun is warm and the views seem endless. Rangers offer guided snowshoe walks out of Hurricane Ridge […]

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