• 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 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

  • Feiro Marine Life Center

    Located in downtown Port Angeles at the City Pier, the Feiro Marine Life Center allows you to get close-up, real-time views of the ocean and tidepools — including stars, anemones, crabs, scallops, fish and a giant Pacific octopus. This is a fun, safe and easy way for people of all ages 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 Learn More

  • City Pier

    The Port Angeles City Pier is located in the heart of downtown. The pier not only offers scenic vistas, fishing and ferry watching, but it’s also the sight of many annual events like Concerts on the Pier and The Dungeness Crab Festival. 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 Learn More

  • Waters West

    Waters West is a full service fly shop and outfitter in downtown Port Angeles. It’s your one-stop-shop for gear, clothing, equipment, fly tying classes, and guided fishing excursions on both fresh and saltwater. They’re the closest fly shop to the legendary waters of the Olympic Learn More

  • Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary

    The waters off the Olympic National Park coastline contain a large living sanctuary of marine life and thriving ecosystems. This nationally recognized ocean habitat hosts a range of sea life — from microscopic plankton to whales. The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary is 2.5 times Learn More

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