Outdoor Adventure

Cycling/Biking

Follow miles of trails through scenic landscapes and historic towns. Whether you opt for paved paths, open road or off-road adventure, the Olympic Peninsula is a paradise for cyclists of all abilities.

Hood Canal Bike Routes

Make the Hood Canal your two-wheeled destination. You’ll find ample options for long-distance cycles, downhill adventures and family fun, through some of the most scenic landscape around.

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Olympic Discovery Trail

From the seaside town of Port Townsend to the Pacific Ocean at La Push, the 130-mile Olympic Discovery Trail offers a year-round route for biking, walking and horseback riding. More than half the...

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Port Townsend and Port Ludlow Biking Routes

Take a tour of east Jefferson County through scenic countryside and along the water. You’ll find biking routes in and around Port Townsend, plus another 26 miles of trails in Port Ludlow.

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Golfing

It’s tee time year-round on the Olympic Peninsula, where the mild climate and small crowds make for a great golf destination. From championship courses to quiet community clubs, you’re sure to find just the right spot to play.

Alderbrook Golf & Yacht Club

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Cedars at Dungeness

This award-winning 18-hole course is noted as one of the driest spots to golf in western Washington, making it the perfect year-round destination. The challenging course nestled in a lush valley features a...

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Discovery Bay Golf Course

The oldest golf course in Washington state has a rich history and simple rural charm. Located on the shores of Discovery Bay near Port Townsend, the 18-hole course offers panoramic water and mountain...

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Lake Cushman Golf Course

This hidden gem in the Olympic Mountains near Hoodsport offers a challenging experience for golfers of all levels. The nine-hole course is carved from lush forest and shares space with local wildlife. Have...

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Lake Limerick Country Club

Located in a private community near Shelton, this nine-hole course and pro shop are open to the public.

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LakeLand Village Golf Course

This unique locale near Hood Canal features 27 holes of golf with three distinct nine-hole courses. Scenic driving ranges, practice chipping and bunker areas, and well-groomed greens are big draws for ardent golfers.

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Peninsula Golf Club

This semi-private club on the east side of Port Angeles offers 18 holes of challenging, yet enjoyable, golf. The tree-lined setting offers amazing views of the Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de...

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Port Townsend Golf Course

Located in the heart of historic Port Townsend, this nine-hole course has a classic design that appeals to golfers of all skill levels. Players will find lot of variety along the course.

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Salish Cliffs Golf Club

Rated among the top 100 resort courses by GolfWeek Magazine, this par 72 championship course is part of the Little Creek Casino & Resort near Shelton. Created by renowned course architect Gene Bates,...

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Salt Creek RV Park Golf Course & Club House

Take a swing at this links nine-hole par 3 course set among towering evergreens and colorful maples. Natural hazard and deceptive grades will challenge golfers of all skill levels.

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SkyRidge Golf Course

Nestled between the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, this links-style course offers stunning views and challenging play. The 10-hole design doubles as an 18-hole course and is ideal for...

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Sunland Golf & Country Club

Situated two miles from Sequim, this championship 18-hole course was designed by A.V. Macan, creator of some of the best golf courses in the Pacific Northwest. Golfers can expect to be challenged, but...

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The Resort at Port Ludlow

Named “Most Scenic” by Esquire Magazine, the 18-hole championship course at Port Ludlow features rolling fairways, abundant wildlife, historic logging stumps and stunning water and mountain views.

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Hiking

Set off on foot for an unforgettable experience. From backcountry wilderness treks to family-friendly forested and coastline trails, the Olympic Peninsula offers a plethora of hiking opportunities for all ages and abilities. Be prepared. Always check ahead for road and trail conditions, permit requirements and tide charts.

Hurricane Hill

A 1.5-mile paved trail leads to a spectacular viewpoint to see the Strait of Juan de Fuca, San Juan Islands; Vancouver Island, B.C.; and a close-up view of the Olympic Mountains. This favorite...

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Lena Lakes Trails

Take your choice of two hikes and two lakes. The well-maintained and scenic 3.1-mile trek to Lower Lena Lake is highly popular, especially in the summer. Hikers looking for more challenge and solitude...

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Ozette Triangle

This classic Olympic Peninsula hike covers all the bases. Trek through forest, coastal wilderness and wetlands, and watch for bald eagles and marine mammals. Do the full 9.4-mile loop, hike out and back...

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Sol Duc Falls Trail

Enjoy old-growth trees in a lush rain forest landscape. The 1.6-mile loop wanders through towering trees and leads to the powerful and stunning Sol Duc Falls at midpoint. It’s worth a visit in...

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Truman Glick Park Trails

This favorite destination of Mason County locals includes several easy nature loops featuring winding trails and a wooden arch footbridge. This is a popular spot for family reunions, group picnics and special events.

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Twanoh State Park Trail

Take a walk under the lush canopy of cedar and fir. The 2.3-mile trail follows Twanoh Creek before ascending gentle bluffs above. Enjoy wildflowers, moss beds and the murmur of the creek. Follow...

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Mountaineering

The Olympic Mountains wilderness offers excellent remote alpine destinations for able and experienced climbers. Know route conditions before you go and be prepared. Climbers can expect unstable snow, fractured rock and unpredictable weather—along with unparalleled scenery and a rewarding mountaineering experience.

Mount Constance (7,743 ft.)

The third-highest peak in the Olympic Mountains is also considered one of the most difficult to climb. It’s a popular choice for “peakbaggers” looking to add an exceptionally challenging summit to their tally.

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Mount Deception (7,788 ft.)

The Royal Basin area just below this second-highest peak in the Olympics offers some of the most spectacular high-country in the Olympic Mountains. The challenging scramble to the summit is best done over...

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Mount Olympus (7,980 ft.)

The highest and most prominent peak in the Olympics is one of the most spectacular areas in Washington state. It’s also considered by the climbing community a Northwest rite of passage. While reaching...

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Snow Sports

Hurricane Ridge on the Olympic Peninsula is a year-round destination, even in winter. Check out some prime spots to visit and play in the snow. Be prepared before you venture out. Bring chains and call ahead for road and weather conditions.

Hurricane Ridge (Winter)

Visit the Olympic Peninsula’s alpine destination in winter. The typical season runs mid-December through March. Weather and road conditions permitting, you’ll find the road open 9 a.m. to 4 pm. Friday through Sunday...

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Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area

The quaint, family-friendly Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area offers downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and tubing. You can also take a ranger-led guided snowshoe walk on weekends.

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Snow Sports

Hurricane Ridge on the Olympic Peninsula is a year-round destination, even in winter. Check out some prime spots to visit and play in the snow. Be prepared before you venture out. Bring chains and call ahead for road and weather conditions.

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Walking/Running

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