Don't miss Hurricane Hill trail. It is easy to think the only trails are those by the visitor center. This one is a couple of miles past the center and worth every step to get to the peak.
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This was my first visit to the Pacific Northwest and it wouldn't have been complete without a visit to this beautiful park. Although the mountains were covered in fog as we started our ascent, by the time we got to the top, much of the...More
The drive up was easier than I expected and the view at the top was wonderful. We saw several deer grazing and the mountain back drop was fantastic. In early June, there is still snow on the ground and it was cool so take your...More
We drove up in the evening because it was a sunny day with blue skies. The road wasn't bad at all. The views are amazing! We saw black-tailed deer and lots of snow, but snow-free hiking trails were available. The visitor center has a snack...More
The Hurricane Ridge Visitors Center is very well situated; Rangers are very informative, and the views are spectacular on a clear day. The road continuing beyond was still closed due to high snow levels. If you want to hike, plan to go later in the...More
I read a few reviews that suggested the drive was narrow and a bit scary. However, you'll find much worse in Colorado or Utah. This is not at all bad. The rangers at the visitor center on the Port Angeles side were very helpful and...More
We lucked out and had a cloudless day for our visit. Beautiful vistas of the Cascades! Check the web cam before you drive up to check visibility.
Totally enjoyed the visit as the weather was excellent in May. The Drive to the Ridge is picturesque with lot of view points. Pan to stop at many points on the way to enjoy the scenic beauty. A Large visitor centre with all amenities is...More
We were a bit early, too much snow still,but we've been there before during summer....beautiful flowers,snow-capped peaks,lots of wildilfe