For outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, the Olympic Peninsula (“the OP”) is a bucket list trip that must be checked. In one road trip loop, the Olympic Peninsula offers the best mix of spectacular mountains, lush forests, and the wild Pacific Coastline. Despite its high precipitation and near constant humidity, the Pacific Northwest is sure to cast its love spell on you and almost make you never want to leave.
The Olympic Peninsula is the wide peninsula in the northwest portion of Washington State, just across the Puget Sound from Seattle. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north, and the Hood Canal on the East. The Olympic Peninsula is home to Olympic National Park and the Olympic Mountains.
A road trip around this most northwestern part of the contiguous United States is the best way to see some of the very best of the natural beauty the Pacific Northwest (“the PNW”) has to offer. As Olympians go, this trip is sure to be a winner.Continue reading “OLYMPIC PENINSULA ROAD TRIP GUIDE: THE BEST OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK”