Port Angeles

On the northern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles combines plenty of amenities with a small-town feel.

A 60-mile paved trail crosses Port Angeles, offering bikers and hikers unmatched views of the Cascade Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca.

 

One of the most popular things to do?

In Port Angeles there are a few tour companies you can contact to spot humpback whales in the harbor. Bring your best camera!

humpback whales

Thanks to its great places to stay overnight, like the luxurious Olympic Lodge, and fresh dining options, such as the New Day Eatery, it would be easy to spend all your time exploring the Port Angeles Downtown District.

The wide range of outdoor recreational activities is what really draws tourists and new residents.

The Old Downtown Underground of Port Angeles is also available for guided tours.

A 60-mile paved trail crosses Port Angeles, offering bikers andPort Angeles WA hikers unmatched views of the Cascade Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca.

In addition, Port Angeles offers easy access to Olympic National Park. The Hoh Rainforest and Ruby Beach, among other iconic spots, are just two of Olympic National Park’s backpacking and camping attractions. The Olympic National Park Visitor Center is in Port Angeles near the access road to Hurricane Ridge.

 

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