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5 Best Hikes in the Olympic National Park This Fall

When it comes to finding the best hikes in the Olympic National Park, you’ll probably find as many opinions as you will trails.  There are what seems to be an endless variety of hikes to take within and around the park – and probably more than one person could realistically hike in a lifetime.  However, we weigh in with what we think are 5 of the best hikes in the Olympic National Park to take this fall, particularly for people who have yet to visit this incredible park.

The Olympic National Park is special, especially in the fall when the summer crowds begin to fade away. While you won’t find blazing fall foliage akin to what you’d find in Vermont, there are still plenty of stunning fall colors to behold, all set against the emerald greens and blues the Pacific Northwest is famous for. The park is also vast, which is why there are so many opinions about what constitutes the best hikes in the Olympic National Park.

Whether you’re new to hiking or a seasoned expert, we’ve included some of the best hikes in the Olympic National Park for everyone.  As always, we’re happy to offer even more recommendations for great hikes in the area, or perhaps even great restaurants or bars to hit when you’re done, and maybe even a massage therapist?  If you’re ever interested in learning more about the Olympic Peninsula, our Sequim Real Estate Agents are a vital local resource.  Contact us today!

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Winter Sports in Sequim

Winter Sports in SequimSequim is a true 4 season destination.  Though Sequim does certainly get rain throughout the year, for the most part the weather is sunny, mild, and perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. So far, the winter weather this year has been exceptional.  We’ve even had some lowland snow, and it leaves us feeling excited for all of the winter sports our area offers.  Whether you’re making the transition to life here on the Peninsula or looking for something to do while visiting, there’s a surprising amount of fun to be had in Sequim during these winter months.  Continue Reading