Pack your sense of awe and adventure. From forest to lakeshore, the theme here is water.
Thanks to a hefty dose of annual rainfall, this enchanting region of the Olympic Peninsula is home to six record-setting giants—the largest western red cedar, Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, yellow cedar, mountain hemlock and western hemlock trees.
Opt for vigorous trails or family-friendly hikes under a rain-forest canopy or take in a scenic loop drive to get close to centuries-old trees, waterfalls and wildlife that will blow your mind.
The deep-blue waters of Lake Quinault offer water and shoreline adventure. It’s an ideal spot to pitch camp or set yourself up in a historic lodge that’s a National Parks treasure.