Vancouver WA Tourism Office
Port Angeles, WA 11 July 2013
The hotel is located on the top of the Washington Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles is the perfect place to explore. Around the Pacific Northwest, the city is located between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains to make giant with many opportunities for dramatic tourism and outdoor adventure away. The Olympic Lodge, No. 1 hotel in Port Angeles, Washington, TripAdvisor, has published a leaflet announcement tours of the most popular area of its expert staff insider knowledge of the region.
"Port Angeles in 24 hours you can have a path inland mountain in the morning to go and browse the Strait salt water literally in a country other than the country in the afternoon, " says CEO Olympic Lodge Holly Dempsey. "There are so many great opportunities, and to help our employees about their personal experiences, narrow down the choices. "
Olympic Lodge staff favorite day trips are as follows:
? Olympic National Park in Port Angeles is home to more than 900, 000 acres of Olympic National Park, with its glacier summit, hiking trails and alpine meadows, lakes and stunning views of the Strait. The mile-high ridge Hurricane Ridge is an easy 17-mile drive. Visitors must buy A $ 15 parks to go pass, but the pass is good for seven days.
? Crescent Lake west of Port Angeles is 17 miles, the clear, 12-mile long glacial carved crystal. Known for his walks, this part of the Olympic National Park includes a walk through moss covered trees and large ferns to spectacular waterfalls Marymere.
? Rialto Beach: Rialto Beach to the west of Port Angeles and 75 miles north of the Quillayute River, is one of the few drive from the beaches of the region. Visitors enjoy surfing spot and wildlife, a place to see wading birds, eagles and seals.
? Strait of Juan de Fuca redirected landscape: the 19th Century as a series of interconnected trails, including this scenic part of the route 112 Begun starts right outside of Port Angeles and follows the west bank until the end of Cape Flattery, the northwestern-most point of the contiguous United States. Listen to a walk three quarters of a mile to a beautiful view of the lighthouse at Cape Flattery.
? Coho ferry to Victoria: For some, it is a journey, an adventure for others. Linking Victoria, British Columbia, on Vancouver Iceland in Port Angeles, Washington, the traveler and the MV Coho Ferry offers daily throughout the year. The half-hour crossing is enough time to observe the underwater world or visit the ships stores.
Company: The Olympic Lodge offers easy access to the center of Port Angeles. Its facilities and equipment include new duvets, flat wide screen and a year-round heated hot tub overlooking the Olympic Mountains pool. The staff can arrange bike rental for guests at the Olympic Discovery Trail riding or with the hurricane. Summer room rates range from $ 189.99 to $ 299.99 plus tax per night. For more information, please visit or call 800.600.2993
Media Contacts: Holly Dempsey, Olympic Lodge CEO hdempsey (at) westerninns (dot) net 360.452.2993; Darla group strategic public relations to be, Darla (at) wordenpr (dot) com, 307 734 5335
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