Hurricane Hill (Hurricane Ridge)
This paved trail has panoramic views and is 2.6 miles round-trip.
Heart o’ the Forest Trail (Hurricane Ridge)
This 4.8 mile round trip trail winds through old growth forest and is crowd free.
Hurricane Ridge Loops (Hurricane Ridge)
This is a series of loops with hikes of 3 miles to 15 miles round trip depending on the route.
Spruce Nature Trail (Hoh Rain Forest)
This is an easy 1.2-mile round trip trail that starts at the visitor’s center.
Hall of Mosses Nature Trail (Hoh Rain Forest)
This is an easy .8-mile round trip hike through the rain forest. Pair it with the Spruce Nature Trail for an easy, enjoyable hike.
Hoh River Trail (Hoh Rain Forest)
This 10 mile round-trip hike takes you through the rain forest and old growth forest. Watch for Roosevelt elk along the way.
Hole in the Wall (Rialto Beach)
This 3 mile round trip hike starts on Rialto Beach and ends at the arch and tide pools of Hole in the Wall. Be aware of high tide.
Sand Point Trail (Lake Ozette)
This 5.6-mile round trip hike hugs the coast and is primarily a boardwalk.
Cape Alava (Lake Ozette)
This 3.3 mile one way hike traverses a boardwalk along the coast.
Marymere Falls Trail (Lake Crescent)
This 1.8-mile round trip hike starts at the Storm King Ranger station and the first .5 miles is accessible.
Sol Duc Falls Trail (Lake Crescent)
This 1.5 mile round trip trail passes through old growth forest and rain forest, ending at Sol Duc Falls.
Olympic Discovery Trail
Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Sequim
This is a combined use path and road route that traverses the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula. The trail starts in Port Townsend and ends at the La Push beaches.
Port Angeles, Sequim
Plan this 11-mile round trip hike at low tide. This narrow strip of land is perfect for exploring the sandy beach and spying shore birds and marine life.
Fort Worden- Point Wilson
This 2.5-mile round trip hike winds along the coast of the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the Point Wilson Lighthouse. Enjoy views of Mt. Baker, the San Juan Islands and the Cascades.