Category Archives: Hikes





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Wallace Falls

Estimated Hiking Time: 3 hour Total Distance: 5.6 miles Elevation gain: 1300 ft Difficulty Level: moderate Weather Conditions: 50 degrees and rain   Nestled within Steven’s Pass, Wallace Falls is one of Washington’s most popular hiking attractions. The trail to the falls is well maintained and covered with lush greens. You can hear the sound of water rushing… Read More



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Wild Side Trail – Cougar Mountain

Estimated Hiking Time: 3 hours Total Distance: 4.0 miles Elevation gain: 400 ft Difficulty Level: Easy Weather Conditions: 40 degrees and rain Cougar Mountain is home to lots of different trails. Some harder than others. Wildside Trail is one of the easier hikes in the area. The trail itself connects to other trails along the path. It is… Read More



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Hall of Mosses – Hoh Rainforest

Hiking Time: 45 minutes Total Distance: .8 miles Elevation gain: 100 ft Difficulty Level: Easy Weather Conditions: 47 degrees, cloudy with pockets of sun The Hoh Rainforest lies on the west side of the Olympic National Forest and is about a 2 hour drive from Port Angeles. Due to the frequent rain during the winter season, the rainforest is… Read More


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Hurricane Ridge – Hill & Route

Hiking Time: 3.5 hours Total Distance: 6 miles Elevation gain: 950 ft Difficulty Level: Moderate Weather Conditions: 52 degrees and sunny Washington state is home to the Olympic National Park. Hurricane Ridge is located 17 miles south of Port Angeles. This is the first time Belu and I ever ventured out this far west in Washington and we are… Read More