USA Today names the Olympic Peninsula Loop Drive #5 of the top fall drives for beautiful autumn scenery and leaf-peeping. Read the article here.
“Seattle is the starting point for this 350-mile drive, which takes visitors from the lowlands, through forests, past lakes, rivers and the ocean, and up to Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent. With so many different backdrops and vantage points, it’s no surprise that leaf-lovers flock to the Olympic Peninsula every fall. The 320-plus-mile drive circling the Olympic National Park and forest takes a full eight hours if driven straight through, so it’s best to take a few days to take in the varying sites.”