Hall of Mosses
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1 mile hike is awesome! There are some longer hikes available, including an 18 mile hike to Blue Glacier and the Spruce Trail is about a 1 mile hike.
The Hall of Mosses is the name of a distinct hiking trail in Olympic National Park, located in the Hoh Rainforest. Plucked straight from a storybook, the trail is filled with old trees—a mixture of temperate bigleaf maples and Sitka spruces—draped in green and brown mosses. Along the main trail,…
this is a substantial drive from Port Angeles but it is WORTH IT. These trees are stunning. The rainforest is a must see if you enjoy outdoor time.
Looking for a mossy adventure? This is an easy, short hike sprinkled with educational signage and plenty of opportunity to explore some of Washington's gorgeous, lush rainforests.
Giant trees covered in moss give this trail it's name. The National Park does a nice job displaying informational signs explaining the ecosystem throughout this circular trail. Branch off for some deeper hikes into this natural wonderland.
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“About a 45 minute drive to this hike with beautiful falls and swimming area. A popular spot on a hot day. ”
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“Ruby beach is beautiful . with sea stacks, a creek and a view of Destruction Island. It is one of the visited areas of the Olympic National Park with good reason.”
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“Approximately 10 miles from the Wapiti Rose this is a good all weather/all ages hike. Can be combined with a great lunch/dinner at the historic Lake Crescent Lodge.”
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“A lovely and accessible walking trail that hugs the north side of Lake Crescent.”
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“Lake Crescent is known for its brilliant blue waters and exceptional clarity of the water. Bring your own kayak or paddle board and check out this lake! If you want to rentals, check out Adventures Through Kayaking. They do both guided tours as well as kayak and paddle board rentals. Or simply take a picnic and enjoy one of its many beaches”
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