BEST Olympic National Park Day Tour from Seattle

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Visit the spectacular Olympic National Park! Be inspired by the glacier-capped peaks, valleys of forests, hot springs, and rugged Pacific coastline. Discover the magnificent Hurricane Ridge and spectacular Lake Crescent! Take in all the breathtaking scenic views along the journey. 04/01-10/31 Itinerary: Seattle → Olympic National Park → Hurricane Ridge (75 mins) → Temperate rain forest + Lake Crescent (45 mins) → Seattle 11/01-03/31 Itinerary: Seattle → Olympic National Park → Temperate rain forest + Lake Crescent (45 mins) → Poulsbo (60 mins) → Seattle Special Notes: 1. Olympic National Park is mountainous tourist attractions. In order to ensure the proper time to visit each scenic location, we highly recommend guests to prepare lunch foods in advance.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Olympic National Park

04/01-10/31 Itinerary: Seattle → Olympic National Park → Hurricane Ridge (75 mins) → Temperate rain forest + Lake Crescent (45 mins) → Seattle 11/01-03/31 Itinerary: Seattle → Olympic National Park → Temperate rain forest + Lake Crescent (45 mins) → Poulsbo (60 mins) → Seattle

Pass By: Olympic National Park Visitor Center

Olympic National Park Olympic National Park is a United States national park located in the state of Washington, of the Olympic Peninsula. The park has four basic regions: the Pacific coastline, alpine areas, the west side temperate rainforest and the forests of the drier east side. U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt originally created Mount Olympus National Monument. The Olympic Peninsula has 73 miles of coastline, keeps the original view since ice age. With a low land of rainforest in its west, a magnificent Olympic Mountains in central, and few locations here can be visited by automobile makes it the paradise for hiking. Isolated from the mainland, many of its vegetation and animals can only be found here. The Olympic National Park locates in Olympic Peninsula is one of the most highly visited National Parks along the west coast.

Stop At: Hurricane Ridge

04/01-10/31 Itinerary: Located within Washington's Olympic National Park, this mountainous region is a popular destination for hiking, skiing and snowboarding. In the summer, several picnic areas open up, making this a great spot for a day-trip from nearby Seattle.

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Crescent Lake

Because of development, very few temperate rainforests outside of Olympic National Park exist along this stretch today. In Olympic, temperatures rarely drop below freezing or go above 80F, enabling an incredibly unique ecosystem to grow. Mosses, ferns, Douglas fir, red alders, Western hemlocks and Sitka spruce thrive in temperate rainforests, as do epiphytes, which are plants growing on other plants. Cat-tail moss and licorice ferns are two types of epiphytes you will find in Olympic. Lake Crescent This deep lake in the heart of Olympic National Park holds water that is a brilliant hue of bright blue. It was formed during the last Ice Age by thousands of years of glacial activity. Temperate rain forest + Lake Crescent (45 mins)

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At:

11/01-03/31 Itinerary: Poulsbo is located in the Liberty Bay of Kitapp County, more than 100 kilometers north of Seattle. It is said that many residents of this town are Norwegian, so people call this town Washington's Little Norway. The whole town is characterized by Scandinavian style. This place has a history of more than 100 years, and you can see various stores with historical traces: gift shop, gallery, handicraft shop, antique shop, jewelry shop, etc. The most famous ones here are handmade European chocolate, bread, coffee, etc.

Duration: 1 hour
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