Washington Oregon & the Pacific Northwest - Olympic Peninsula & Washington Coast (PDF Chapter)
This is the Olympic Peninsula & Washington Coast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest guidebook.
The Olympic Peninsula is an unblemished wilderness of the highest order, with an interior that brings to mind a unicorn fantasy novel and an end-of-the-continent coastline that makes Big Sur look positively calm. Then there’s the precipitation.
- think you’ve uncovered a real-life hobbit amid moss-covered wilderness in Hoh Rain Forest
- find solitude, but no vampires, on a mist-enshrouded beach at La Push
- drive (or hike) miles to enjoy Northwestern cuisine and a roaring fireplace at Lake Quinault Lodge
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Olympia, Olympic Peninsula, Northeastern Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park, Northwestern Olympic Peninsula, Washington Coast, Grays Harbor Area, Long Beach Peninsula and Vancouver.
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