The trip around this heavily forested peninsula is a magical experience. Olympic National Park encompasses most of the land and includes Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent and Hoh Rain Forest. Winding Highway 101 passes through the mid-sized towns that dot the coastline and that offer seasonal festivals, great dining, historical parks and superb lodgings. Sequim has some of the sunniest weather in Western Washington, while Port Townsend celebrates with a summer-long music festival. Port Angeles lies minutes from great fishing, and Lake Quinault Lodge offers a real chance to commune with nature. For a shorter excursion, the Hood Canal Bridge brings you to the southeastern corner and the Port Ludlow Resort, hotel of choice for visitors to the Olympic Music Festival.
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