Attraction Listing Description: Experience the fun (and ease!) of riding an electric bike along Port Angeles’ Olympic Discovery Trail. Discover E-Bike has electric bike rentals available in a variety of styles at the Port Angeles Pier along the downtown waterfront near Hollywood Beach (corner of N. Lincoln St. & East Railroad Ave.)
Open 11am to 7pm Wednesday through Saturday. Fall hours start in September after Labor Day: Tuesday – Friday 10 AM-6 PM. Need to reserve e-bikes for your group? Call after 9 AM to make your bike rental reservation for 4 or more.
Elwha eBike Adventures is a local family-owned electric bike rental and guided bike tour company. Located within the Elwha Dam RV Park, the bike shop is right down the road from some of Port Angeles’ best biking trails: Rent a bike and ride into downtown Port Angeles, or pedal to the nearby Olympic Adventure Trail and onto the acclaimed Spruce Railroad Trail along Lake Crescent. Open year-round for eBike rentals, their bike fleet includes beach cruisers, fat-tire bikes, and mountain bikes. Guided bike tours are available in the spring, summer and fall.
Attraction Listing Description: 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.
Attraction Listing Description: 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 rocky seashores, with 95% of the park designated as wilderness. You can spend days gazing at glaciers, streams, lakes, waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife. The park boasts a 73-mile stretch of pure wilderness coastline—one of the longest undeveloped coasts in the lower 48 states —and a marine sanctuary that is about twice the size of the park itself. The park is open year-round with summer providing plenty of opportunities for high alpine hikes (over 600 miles of trails!). Come winter, the snow usually stays in the higher elevations of the park providing wintertime fun and snow sports like skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and sledding.
Attraction Listing Title: North By Northwest Surf Co
Attraction Listing Description: 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.
Olympic Hiking Co. provides guided day tours, snowshoe tours, trailhead shuttles, and backpacking trips throughout Olympic National Park. During the summer season, Olympic Hiking Co. offers daily group tours out of Port Angeles to the Hoh Rain Forest, Rialto Beach, Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, and Sol Duc Falls and daily shuttles along the Olympic Wilderness Coast and to various backcountry trailheads.
Attraction Listing Description: 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 from your Port Angeles lodging and take you on a day tour or you can hire her as your personal guide for the day at an hourly rate. She offers custom nature and wildlife-viewing tours, including multi-day tours, and operates year-round.
Attraction Listing Description: 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 to Mount Storm King, Mt. Angeles and Heather Park Peaks. You can also create a custom day trip hike or a multi-day backpacking expedition. Looking for a guided snowshoe trek? When winter arrives at the Olympic National Park, ISO Adventures offers guided snowshoeing tours led by National Park pros!
Attraction Listing Title: Elwha Klallam Carnegie Museum
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The Elwha Klallam Heritage Center opened the Elwha Klallam Carnegie Museum in downtown Port Angeles to house its Native American art exhibits. The Elwha Klallam Museum is located in the old Carnegie Library. 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 ancient village site near Ediz Hook in Port Angeles. This is the largest excavation in Washington State. The epic Elwha River dam removal project is also documented in an exhibit curated by the Burke Museum of Seattle.
The museum is open by appointment only. To make a reservation for a visit to see this impressive collection of artifacts and Native American history, contact +1 (360) 452-8471 ext 2904 or email
Attraction Listing Title: Adventures Through Kayaking
Attraction Listing Description: 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 paddleboards, mountain bikes, kayaks and even offer mountain biking shuttles and kayak lessons. They’ll definitely point you in the right direction and give you plenty of helpful advice on how to make the most of your outdoor adventure time in Port Angeles.