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Day Hiking, Olympic Peninsula (Done in a Day)

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        StatementMountaineer Books
        PublishersMountaineer Books
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsApril 30, 2007
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
        Number of Pages46
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10159485047X
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The views were glorious, and I loved that there were no crowds compared to the Hurricane Hill Trail. Ruby Beach AKA Not Really A Hike; 0. We did it as the opening salvo to backpacking the spectacularwhich starts from the same parking lot.

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Finding the best hikes for kids in Olympic National Park has been our quest for nine years now, and will continue until these monsters in our house finally get old enough and develop enough grit to backpack across the wilderness of the Olympic Mountains.

The snapshots of the various places would motivate the most entrenched couch potato to get moving. Hurricane Ridge boasts three different trails that are all one mile or less round trip: Cirque Rim, Big Meadow, and High Ridge, plus longer hikes for more adventurous families, making this a must-see stop for anyone visiting Olympic National Park.

Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. Note: There is also a short nature trail through a rainforest marsh that is wheelchair-accessible. This paved route is a treasure for all ages and abilities, and offers some pretty glorious panoramic mountain and water views, including Vancouver Island, BC and parts of the San Juan Islands. The trail gets pretty narrow and has a streep accent, which makes it a lot more challenging in the wintertime.