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We enjoyed gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains. There are several different paths you can take which intermingle with each other. We took a picture of the paths on our phone which was helpful to know which path we were on. Part of the path...More
Did not expect a nice day, but coming across on the ferry from Victoria the sun was out and the sky was clear so I decided that a drive to the top of Hurricane Ridge was in order. It was an excellent choice. It was...More
We've been to Olympic National Park a couple of times and find it fabulous each time. Hurricane Ridge is one of the most popular features of the park and it gets very crowded in the summer months -- be sure to go early, or you...More
If you don't get here until after noon expect to be waiting for a good 30 minutes before you can even start the drive up to Hurricane Ridge. Beautiful views from up here and multiple short (though moderately strenuous hikes). Expect to spend anywhere from...More
Our first day at the park, the ranger said it was foggy on Hurricane Ridge and told us to download the web cam and wait for a clear day. The next day it was clear and so beautiful. We did some shorter hikes which had...More
Probably the most beautiful section of Olympic NP. Great views of the surrounding mountains. Be prepared for cold and wind. We had to break out our winter gear while up here. Many hiking trails depart from here as well. If you only see one thing...More
A great place to see a lot of the National Park from high up! We took one of the loop hikes for even better views - you can see Canada across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Although we had no cell phone bars while...More
Nice drive to the top. There were four spots along the road where deer were feeding right along the roadway. Clouds were covering some of the view of Washington, but we had a clear view of Victoria, Canada. Small visitor center and lookout platform at...More
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Generally June is ok. If you go to the NPS Website ahead of your trip, that offers WA DOTD Road Conditions and Closures in and around the National Park. The road up does close around 5 pm daily, so be advised of that. The... More
Generally June is ok. If you go to the NPS Website ahead of your trip, that offers WA DOTD Road Conditions and Closures in and around the National Park. The road up does close around 5 pm daily, so be advised of that. The NP Service Visitor Centers and the website are your best sources of information around road issues.