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Olympic National Park Travel Guide

Olympic National Park Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Olympic National Park with our insider's guide.

Beachcombing

The wild, shell-strewn Pacific coast teems with tide pools and crustaceans. Crabs, sand dollars, anemones, sea stars, and all sorts of shellfish...

Bicycling

The rough gravel car tracks to some of the park's remote sites were meant for four-wheel-drive vehicles, but can double as mountain-bike routes...

Climbing

At 7,980 feet, Mt. Olympus is the highest peak in the park and the most popular climb in the region. To attempt the summit, climbers must register...

Fishing

There are numerous fishing possibilities throughout the park. Lake Crescent is home to cutthroat and rainbow trout, as well as petite kokanee...

Hiking

Know your tides, or you might be trapped by high water. Tide tables are available at all visitor centers and ranger stations. Remember that...

Kayaking and Canoeing

Lake Crescent, a serene expanse of teal-color waters surrounded by deep-green pine forests, is one of the park's best boating areas. Note that...

Rafting

Olympic has excellent rafting rivers, with Class II to Class V rapids. The Elwha River is a popular place to paddle, with some exciting turns...

Winter Sports

Hurricane Ridge is the central spot for winter sports. Miles of downhill and Nordic ski tracks are open late December through March, and a ski...

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