A Magical, Misty Tour
The region’s rugged terrain, glacier-carved waterways, coastal cliffs and valleys provide the perfect landscape for a cornucopia of waterfalls. Combine that with the Olympic Peninsula’s abundant rain and snow fall, along with a little help from gravity, and you’ve got some pretty spectacular waterworks.
From coast to rain forests to mountains, the Olympic Peninsula offers a year-round waterfall adventure for all ages and abilities. From a paved, wheelchair accessible pathway at Madison Falls to many sublime forest trails, or more adventures to stunning locales reached only via backcountry routes or by boat, there’s a falls for everyone—and in every season.
Spring. See roaring rivers and thundering falls created by snowmelt and showers.
Summer. Feel warmth and dangle your feet in a cool pool at the base of a waterfall.
Fall. Scout waterfalls amidst turning autumn leaves and glorious fall color.
Winter. Discover a fairyland world of icicles and snow.