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You may enter the Olympic Highway (U. S. 101) from Olympia or the Grays Harbor cities of Aberdeen and Hoquiam, without ferrying.
There is regularly scheduled ferry service to the Olympic Peninsula from Seattle and other cities on the east side of Puget Sound. A time schedule may be obtained by writing to Washington State Ferries, Colman Ferry Terminal, Seattle 4, Wash.
Ferry service is also available between Victoria, British Columbia, and Port Angeles. Time schedules may be obtained from Black Ball Line and from Canadian Pacific, both in Port Angeles, Wash.
Port Angeles is served by the Northwest Greyhound Bus Line, with transcontinental connections at Seattle.
The Gray Line Sightseeing Companies Associated, 10 North La Salle Street, Chicago 2, Ill., offers a 2-day, all-expense tour, with stopover privileges, around the Olympic Peninsula from Seattle.
Bremerton-Tacoma Stages provide bus service from Olympia to Lofall where connection is made with the Northwest Greyhound bus to Port Angeles.
Passenger train service is not available on the Olympic Peninsula.
West Coast Airlines, Inc., offers round-trip flights daily between Seattle and Port Angeles.