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The Most Popular Hikes in Port Angeles
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No other trail in the Olympics offers easier access to magnificent views. The hike is easy and can be made by the whole family. Hurricane Hill Trail begins at a cleared roadbed and slowly climbs throughout its length. Eventually the roadbed will end, but the trail remains wi...Read More
The Olympic Mountains The Strait in the back ground from the top of Hurricane Hill There were wildflowers The Olympic Mountains The Olympic Mountains Taking in some sun on the wall by the visitor center before the hike Mount Fitzhenry and Mount Carrie as seen from Hurricane Hill The ice covered Mount Olympus
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Dungeness Spit lies within Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and is one of the states best locations for wildlife viewing. The wildlife refuge is home to birds, land and sea animals and fish and shellfish. Dungeness Spit shoots 5.5 miles out into the Strait of Juan de Fuc...Read More
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You will find Boulder Lake sitting at the base of Boulder Peak, surrounded by open forests of subalpine fir and mountain hemlock. The hike starts out slow, following an old road bed for the first 2.2 miles but eventually you will reach Boulder Creek Camp. Stop for a while a...Read More
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Royal Basin Trail starts by the Dungeness River Trail, where Royal Creek enters the river. Head right on Royal Basin Trail where you'll find a trail that is easy to follow and well maintained. Campsites are to be found at the first meadow you will encounter and provide a...Read More
Valley view. Interesting rock in Royal Basin. The Needles Royal Lake Streams coming from Royal Lake
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The Klahhane Ridge Trail offers much to see. It passes by Lake Angeles, one of the peninsulas larger subalpine lakes set beneath towering cliffs. The hike makes a loop with Mount Angeles Trail and gives you a sample of all the Olympics have to offer. A few campsites can b...Read More
Mountain goats, possibly including the aggressive one
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Gray Wolf River is located in the rain shadow of the Olympics, giving you a hiking option on the peninsula on a rainy day. You can access Gray Wolf via Three Forks Trail. From here you will pass through beautiful forests of hemlock, cedar, and Douglas fir. Falls Camp is loca...Read More
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The Heather Park trail is a popular hike amoung Port Angeles visitors, and delivers spectacular views of the Olympics from high ridges. Impressive meadows can be found in Heather Park while several peaks allow for great views. The trails begins in ...Read More
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The windy Grand Ridge yields views of the Gray Wolf River drainage and Olympic peaks. This is a must see for anyone visiting Obstruction Point and the Hurricane Ridge area. The trail follows the southern side of Grand Ridge where you will find a barr...Read More
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Cameron Creek Trail makes its way through the valley for 7 miles all the while passing through forests of Douglas fir. When you reach the upper basin you'll find wildflowers and waterfalls cover the surround area. Make your way through Cameron Pa...Read More
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From the trailhead, the trail traverses the slopes of the "Grand Canyon of the Elwha". At 1.2 miles you'll reach a junction with the Rica Canyon Trail. Continue on another 0.5 miles to reach the Krause Bottom Trail. Both of these side trails will...Read More
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