By: Washington is for Adventure
Take your time soaking up the scenery, exploring tide pools, and watching for the bald eagles’ nest in the trees along the shoreline.
Few people make the trip to Beach 2. The beach is massive, and you could walk for hours without seeing another human.
Situated atop an eroding river bed along the cliff, the Tree of Life and its roots appear to be floating mid-air!
This Olympic National Park Beach features enormous, beautiful cliffs, stellar ocean views and teeming tidepools!
Go tidepooling here to see colorful algae, massive gooseneck barnacles, hoards of green anemones, and vibrant sea stars. Come during low tide!
The most popular Olympic National Park Beach! Named for the red-hued sand crystals that dot the shoreline.
3 Olympic National Park beaches IN ONE! The first is in town, the second is a 1-mile hike in and the third requires a 3-mile hike but you'll get it to yourself!
Home to the famous Hole in the Wall hike, this beach in an Olympic National Park favorite. Classic PNW coastline with mighty sea stacks, and many colorful tidepools.
It’s pretty far off the beaten path, and the ethereal scenery may leave you feeling like you’ve left earth entirely. You'll need to hike to see this beauty!
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