Join us 1-Day excursion to Olympic National Park, reaching at 2000 meter elevation to see the greatest view of the mountain.
- Olympic National Park
- Ascend to 6,500 feet above sea level for the best views of the mountain
- Ground transportation
Olympic National Park is a U.S. national park situated on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. The park has four fundamental regions: the Pacific coastline, alpine areas, the western-side temperate rainforest, and the drier-east-side forest. The U.S. Originally established Mount Olympus National Park by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Olympic Peninsula has a coastline of 73 miles, which has maintained the same perspective since the Ice Age.
With a small rainforest soil in its west, the majestic Olympic Mountains in its middle, and a few places that can be visited by vehicle, it is a hiker’s paradise.
A lot of its vegetation and livestock can only be discovered here isolated from the continent. One of the most visited national parks along the west coast is the Olympic National Park.
There are nearly 1 million acres of property and 900 miles of paths in the park. For tourists, it’s a true wonderland.
There are a variety of ecosystems to explore in Olympic National Park, including subalpine forests, wildflower meadows, temperate rain forests, and the rugged Pacific Coast. It is possible to sample each of these systems during this twelve-hour tour with an experienced guide to answer any questions that may arise.
Visit the tidal pools along the coast, wander through old-growth forests, climb mountain ridges for panoramic views, and stand by glacier-fed rivers and lakes. It begins with a ferry ride across Puget Sound to the Olympic Peninsula, where we’ll spend the day hiking and kayaking.
In most cases, we begin our tour at Hurricane Ridge, where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a breathtaking view of the valley below and snow-capped mountains in the distance. There is a sandy beach along the Strait of Juan de Fuca at Crescent Lake, which we will visit next. Please allow for a six-mile round trip.