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Getting to this forest is a bit complicated and somewhat far from other tourist attractions. Even though, I was mite than glad to visit it and regretted not having more time to go further into the valley trail. The place has such a good vibe...More
We came on a sunny cool morning in mid-October. The lot had a handful of cars but wasn’t busy. We were hiking the Hall of Mosses and Spruce Trail today. After only a few minutes on small side trail we run into a majestic bull...More
This was the highlight of our three days in the Olympic national Park. Mosses Trail was ethereal. Old trees reaching for the sky covered with moss. I’ll Grove maple trees sharing your space with tons of moss. Less than a mile hike memorable as any...More
Hoh Rain Forest is one of the nicest places I have ever seen in the world. You have to be here very early to beat the crowds but it is worth losing some sleep for it. After 11AM this place is so crowded with people,...More
Hoh Rainforest was like an entirely different world. This stop was our favorite place in Olympic National Park. There were several walking paths that were well marked and pretty easy. We could have spent the entire day here. There were pretty decent bathrooms, but no...More
We had such a good visit to the Hoh Rain Forest. The Ranger station was open (Fri - Sun in the fall) and the staff were helpful, exhibits were wonderful, hands on and education for various ages. Saw so much variety in plants and and...More
The Hoh Rain Forest is a collection of coniferous and deciduous species enveloped in a mess of moss and fern. This temperate rain forest which gets on average 12-14 FEET of rain a year is in the western section of Olympic National Park. A six...More
Oh My, what beauty! so peaceful to explore if you get up early and head out with a snack for breakfast. Bring photo taking equipment. There are so many things to absorb that three days is what it takes. Bring cash, there is no where...More
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The cabin we used was a studio with a bath and it was perfect for the two of us. We are a couple traveling. There was a fold out couch if we had children with us but we didn’t have to open it. We really liked the cabin. It... More
The cabin we used was a studio with a bath and it was perfect for the two of us. We are a couple traveling. There was a fold out couch if we had children with us but we didn’t have to open it. We really liked the cabin. It was our favorite accommodation of all during an extended trip.
The parking is just a car park in the forest near the main campground. Don't leave anything visible to steal. You will need a back country permit for camping and you can find out if hammocks are allowed at the ranger station... More
The parking is just a car park in the forest near the main campground. Don't leave anything visible to steal. You will need a back country permit for camping and you can find out if hammocks are allowed at the ranger station in Port Angeles. (360) 565-3130