• Olympic: Three Parks in One

    Olympic

    National Park Washington

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  • Work Scheduled for East Beach Road at Lake Crescent Starting July 10

    East Beach Road will be reduced to one-lane of traffic through work zones and delays of up to 15 minutes should be expected. Work will occur weekdays between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. through mid-July, weather permitting.

  • Madison Falls Trail Closed for Repairs Beginning July 7

    The one-tenth mile Madison Falls Trail and trailhead parking lot located in Elwha Valley will close to public entry for three weeks beginning on Monday, July 7 while crews make improvements and repairs.

Getting Around

map of Olympic Peninsula
U.S. Highway 101, highlighted in red, provides access to all park destinations.

All park destinations can be reached by traveling U.S. Highway 101, which circumnavigates the Olympic Peninsula. Public transportation is also available in several areas.

Consult the table below for mileages between different park areas.

 

Elwha

Fairholme

Heart O'the Hills

Hoh Rain Forest

Hurricane Ridge

Kalaloch

Lake Crescent (Barnes Point)

Mora

Port Angeles

Seattle (via ferry)

Sol Duc

Staircase

Quinault

Elwha

-

23

18

79

30

81

16

60

11

85

39

111

123

Fairholme

23

-

31

57

43

59

7

36

26

100

16

126

102

Heart O' the Hills

18

31

-

96

12

100

26

75

5

77

45

105

133

Hoh Rain Forest

79

57

96

-

108

40

65

47

91

156

72

191

75

Hurricane Ridge

30

43

12

108

-

112

38

87

17

89

57

117

146

Kalaloch

112

59

100

40

112

-

67

49

95

160

72

195

33

Lake Crescent (Barnes Point)

16

7

26

65

38

67

-

44

21

93

16

121

108

Mora

60

36

75

47

87

49

44

-

70

137

49

170

84

Port Angeles

11

26

5

91

17

95

21

70

-

72

40

100

128

Seattle (via ferry)

85

100

77

156

89

160

93

137

72

-

114

110

362

Sol Duc

39

16

45

72

57

72

16

49

40

114

-

140

132

Staircase

111

126

105

191

117

195

121

170

100

110

140

-

126

Quinault

123

102

133

75

146

33

108

84

128

362

132

126

-

Did You Know?

snow covered forest and meadow

That endemic Olympic snow moles are scurrying beneath this blanket of snow? Olympic National Park's Hurricane Ridge is blanketed with over ten feet of snow for most of the winter, providing water for summer and protection for snow moles in winter.