Explore the beautiful Olympic National Park on a day trip from Seattle to Olympic National Park! Our Olympic National Park tour is all-inclusive and perfect for small groups.
- Ferry across Puget Sound from Seattle to Bainbridge Island
- Embark on interpretative nature walks or snowshoe walks (winter) led by a naturalist guide
- Marvel at the panoramic peninsula views and sub-alpine meadows of Hurricane Ridge
- Dip your toes into the deep blue waters of Lake Crescent
- Wonder at the canopy of old-growth trees and licorice ferns as you amble along a lush forest trail
- Learn about the ecological diversity, natural history, and Native American traditions of this UNESCO World Heritage resource
- Watch for deer, elk, marmots, mountain goats, black bears, birds, and more
- Savor a fresh, family-style lunch with local wines (included in the price)
The Olympic National Park is a notable UNESCO World Heritage Site for its ecological diversity and wild expansion. This naturalist-guided tour brings you through Puget Sound by ferry to the north-eastern portion of the Olympic Peninsula, where you will discover the region’s moss-draped forests, azure lakes, and striking hills.
Visit Hurricane Ridge to watch deer graze in the woods, listen to a marmot’s separate shrill, smell a summer wildflower field’s poisonous perfume, or feel the snow crunch on a winter snowshoe beneath your feet.
Continue west to the glacially carved Lake Crescent, where you walk to Marymere Falls in the fern-filled forests lining its shores. Throughout the day, your guide will chronicle how separate ecosystems have been created by Olympic isolation and protection.
On days when the weather closes access to Hurricane Ridge, we can visit the North Coast tidepools or spend more ambling in the Elwha Valley through woodlands and gravel flats of the main salmon habitat.
We hope you will enjoy our Olympic National Park Tour From Seattle.
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Last Updated on October 24, 2021 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com