Guided hiking tour: 7-8 hours

$100 per passenger

Available: May - September


Tour Summary

Looking for a unique outdoor experience? Spend the morning exploring the largest temperate rain forest in the contiguous USA, followed by an afternoon hiking a stunning portion of the 73 mile Olympic Wilderness Coast. The diversity of Olympic at its best!

On this guided tour, we will drive 17 miles into the heart of the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park. We'll spend the morning hiking amongst towering evergreen and moss laden maples along the the Hall of Mosses loop (0.75 mi) and Spruce Nature Trail (1.25 mi). After a rain forest picnic lunch, we'll drive to the Pacific Ocean at Rialto Beach for some beach hiking amongst the seastacks and coastal forest before our return to Port Angeles.


Tour Details

  • Hiking: 2-4 Miles

  • Difficulty: Easy

  • Notes: Mostly flat nature loops, rocky beach terrain

  • Picnic Lunch: Build your own sandwich, chips, trail mix, and bottled water • $12 add-on

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Olympic National Park Entrance Fees

  • Certified & Trained Naturalist Hiking Guide

  • Roundtrip Transportation from Port Angeles

MEET UP LOCATION

Black Ball Ferry Terminal: 101 E Railroad Ave, Port Angeles, WA 98362

Staying near Lake Crescent or Forks? Let our team know and we can pick you up on the way at the Lake Crescent Lodge or Forks Timber Museum.


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Please call or email us if you have any questions about this tour!

360-457-2259 | discover@hikeolympic.com