The Olympic Peninsula is home to an ample segment of the 350-mile Pacific Coast Scenic Byway. Also known as the picturesque Olympic Coast Highway, WA-101, visitors flock to this well-loved route in search of diverse and unforgettable terrain.
Get an Eyeful of Beauty on a Self-Guided Tour
Tour the distinct flora and fauna of Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest, including glacially carved mountains, rugged Pacific coastline, old-growth trees and rain forest. Follow a saltwater fjord that spans for miles. Cross tribal land steeped in culture and tradition, and motor through communities rich in forestry and fishing. Wildlife abounds along the route, and charming seaside towns provide the perfect stops for rest, shopping, dining and more.
Drive it all or experience it in pieces. Start and stop wherever and whenever you like. There are plenty of Olympic Peninsula attractions and destinations along the way, and lots of jumping off points if you want to plan a multi-day road trek.