Best Things to Do and See on the Olympic Peninsula

Favorite hikes, waterfalls, beaches and more

Summer on the Olympic Peninsula is beautiful

An easy weekend visit from Seattle or Tacoma is perfect in any season.

Cape Flattery is the northwesternmost point on the Olympic Peninsula

Perfect for hiking, picnics and wildlife watching

Lighthouses dot the coast of the Olympic Peninsula

Point Wilson at Fort Worden in Port Townsend

Amazing hiking in the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park

Hall of Mosses Trail is one of the best things to do

Visit Sol Duc Falls near Port Angeles in Olympic National Park

An easy hike, it's a great Olympic Peninsula activity in spring and fall

Port Townsend, a highlight of the Olympic Peninsula

Take the ferry from Edmonds or Seattle across Puget Sound for the weekend

Olympic Peninsula waterfalls are great for hiking and swimming

Rocky Brook Falls near Hood Canal, Brinnon

Beach combing on the Olympic Peninsula is one of the best things to do 

Purple clam shells and moons nails are fun to find at Agate Passage

The Olympic Peninsula has some of the best hiking near Seattle

Staircase in Olympic National Park is less than 2 hours from Seattle

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Staircase Rapids at Lake Cushman, Hoodsport