Olympic National Park's North Section

Explore Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, Marymere Falls, and Sol Duc Valley.

Hurricane Ridge

Reasons to Go
  • Sweeping views of the glacier-capped Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca
  • Summer hiking trails – both easy and strenuous – through alpine meadows brimming with wildflowers
  • Winter slopes and cross-country trails for skiing, snowshoeing, and tubing
  • Visitor's Center and gift shop situated near the 5,200-foot peak
  • Check the Hurricane Ridge Webcam for Current Conditions

45 minutes from us. Open every day during the summer, Friday through Sunday during the winter.
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Lake Crescent

Reasons to Go
  • Clear blue-green waters of the glacially carved lake that plunge to a depth of 624 feet
  • Towering old-growth trees
  • Hiking trails – both level and steep – which range from .6 mile to 4 miles
  • Lake Crescent Lodge (open summer months only), where you can enjoy lunch or dinner with an exceptional view of the lake

50 minutes from Hurricane Ridge.

Marymere Falls

Reasons to Go
  • You're already there – the trailhead begins at Lake Crescent's Storm King Ranger Station
  • A gentle, one-mile hike through ferns and moss-covered forest
  • Marymere Falls cascades a breathtaking 90 feet

Trailhead at Lake Crescent.
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