Winter Activities in Port Angeles

Winter Activities in Port Angeles

Come winter, trek snowy slopes on cross-country skis and snowshoes, or sail downhill on skis, snowboards and tubes a mile high at the Hurricane Ridge ski area. The quaint family-friendly old school ski resort is known for “astounding snow and amazing views” with access to groomed runs, steep bowls and glades by rope tow or your own two-feet.

Head from the lodge up Hurricane Hill Road for a laid back snowshoe or cross-country ski trek with panoramic views. Traverse more technical trails from Obstruction Pt. Road. Ranger-led guided snowshoe walks are offered on weekends.

And, the best part about winter time in Port Angeles is that the snow stays on the mountain—leaving the town snow-free, so you can hike, bike and beachcomb all winter long.

Check back often as we highlight more of our favorite Olympic National Park and Peninsula wintertime fun!

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  • Adventures Through Kayaking

    What once was just a kayaking tour company, Adventures Through Kayaking expanded their guided tours to include mountain biking, standup paddleboarding (SUP), rafting trips and, of course, saltwater and freshwater kayaking tours. If you’d prefer to head out on your own, they also rent paddleboar Learn More

  • Olympic Hiking Co.

    Olympic Hiking Co. offers several full-day and half-day guided tours for singles and groups throughout the Olympic Peninsula. Some of the tours include the Hoh Rainforest, Hurricane Ridge, Sol Duc Falls, and even a trip starting from Seattle at the Bainbridge Island Ferry terminal. Learn More

  • Kaiyote Tours

    Kaiyote Tours provides a variety of education and eco-friendly guided tours for beginners to experts. They specialize in birding, hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing tours throughout the entire Olympic Peninsula. Learn More

  • ExperienceOlympic

    Experience Olympic is an ecotourism company providing guided tours and treks in the Olympic National Park and the surrounding Olympic Peninsula, including Hurricane Ridge, the Elwha River, Hoh Rainforest and beach tours. Operated by biologist and naturalist guide Carolyn Wilcox, she will pick you up Learn More

  • North By Northwest Surf Co

    Port Angeles’ go to surf shop for boards and gear for surfing in the Pacific Northwest. They also operate full-service rental operation and surf lessons in La Push during the summer months. Learn More

  • Port Angeles Underground Heritage Tours

    Discover What’s Buried Below Your Feet in Downtown Port Angeles! The Port Angeles Underground Heritage Tour takes you on a gripping historical tour of Port Angeles’ past below and above ground. Daily tours depart from the Visit Port Angeles Visitor Center in downtown along the waterfront Learn More

  • Carnegie Museum

    The Elwha Klallam Heritage Center opens the historic Carnegie Museum in downtown Port Angeles to house its Native American art exhibits. The famous tribal exhibits on display include Tse-whit-zen Village (c’ix’íc’n) where two-thousand-year-old artifacts were recovered from the ancie Learn More

  • ISO Adventures

    ISO Adventures offers a variety of guided backpacking and mountaineering trips to some of the most beautiful places in the Olympic National Park. They even have guided day hikes for those who don’t want to commit to an overnight, multi-day hiking experience. A few of their guided hikes take you Learn More

  • Olympic National Park

    One of only three National Parks located in Washington state, the Olympic National Park is by far the largest (nearly 1 million acres) and is home to numerous species of animals, marine mammals, birds, and plants. The park’s rugged mountains transition to lush old-growth rain forest and onto ro Learn More

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