Olympic National Park is a national park located in the Olympic Peninsula, WA. The park consists of four regions: the Pacific coastline, alpine areas, the west side temperate rainforest and the forests of the drier east side. With nearly one million acres, Olympic national park encompasses several distinctly different ecosystems and protects a rich mosaic of natural and cultural history. It protects 73 miles of wild Pacific coast. Tide pools, sandy beaches and rocky cliffs can all be found here. At the center of the peninsula are the majestic glacier capped Olympic Mountains. Hurricane Ridge, over a mile high, offers spectacular views of mountains, wildflowers, deer, black bear, and other wildlife. （If we can’t drive to the Hurricane due to the bad weather, we will go to the other attractions in Olympic National Park.）The 10-acre natural lake, Lake Crescent, located at an elevation of 600 feet is a pristine area that provides visitors with an extraordinary place for recreation and relaxation. Only a few places of interest allow the automobiles to enter the natural beauty. There is a wealth of outdoor activities with over 900 miles of trails traversing the vast interior of the recognized wildness. When going back to Seattle, you can take the Bainbridge Island ferry to enjoy the breathtaking views of Seattle’s coastlineSee the Snoqualmie Falls, one of Washington State’s most popular scenic attractions visited by 1.5 million visitors every year. Explore Leavenworth the German village which is 2.5 hours’ drive northwest of Seattle, the most beloved town in this area where people celebrates all the time. You can see beautiful maple leaves in fall, and in winter, the town is adorned by white snow and holiday decorations. Lovely atmosphere can be found everywhere all year round. Enjoy shopping of delicate European souvenirs and taste the authentic German food and beer, or try on some traditional German costume clothes.
Red Lion / Quality Inn / Comfort Inn / Hampton Inn or equivalent