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Trip Deals and Hotel Packages

RED LION HOTEL WITH FERRY

FROM $105* PP/DO

The only waterfront property in Port Angeles, the Red Lion Hotel overlooks the beautiful Strait of Juan de Fuca and is just steps from the ferry terminal.

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UNDERGROUND HERITAGE TOUR

ROUND-TRIP $52*

Visit long-forgotten tunnels, see the city's original movie theater, and venture into the old brothel on this guided tour explaining the history of Port Angeles.

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BRING YOUR BIKE

ROUND-TRIP $37*

Cruise the stunning Olympic Discovery Trail or challange your skills with a ride to the top of Hurricane Ridge.
Bring your bike for free!

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Special Event Savings

FAR WEST BEER FEST AT 7 CEDARS CASINO

JULY 23, 2016

Come and taste a great selection of beer from over 20 craft breweries at the 4th annual Far West Beer Fest at the 7 Cedars Casino in Sequim, WA! This outdoor event features local brewers, live music & entertainment, and delicious food options.

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SEQUIM LAVENDER FESTIVAL

JULY 15 - JULY 17, 2016

Immerse yourself in the essence of lavender while you explore a street fair filled with stunning crafts, lavender-themed gifts, fine food, and entertainment at the Sequim Lavender Festival.

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JUAN DE FUCA FESTIVAL

MAY 27 - MAY 30, 2016

An amazing celebration of music and art in a friendly, intimate environment with 4 indoor stages nestled between the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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RIDE THE HURRICANE

AUGUST 7, 2016

For one day a year, the National Park Service shuts down Hurricane Ridge to vehicle traffic, and over 700 cyclists pedal to the top of the towering peak.

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CRAB & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL

OCTOBER 7 - OCTOBER 9, 2016

Indulge in an old-fashioned crab feed complete with large kettles of fresh, local Dungeness crab, organic sweet corn and coleslaw at Crab Fest!

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Olympic Peninsula

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK

At Olympic National Park, you’ll find Pacific Ocean beaches, rainforest valleys, glacier-capped peaks and a stunning variety of plants and animals. Roads provide access to the outer edges of the park, but the heart of Olympic is wilderness; a primeval sanctuary for humans and wild creatures alike.

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OLYMPIC DISCOVERY TRAIL

This multi-use trail starts in the Victoria seaport of Port Townsend and extends for almost 130 miles across the North Olympic Peninsula to the Pacific Ocean. The trail traverses a variety of terrain including lowlands, hills, lakes and waterfronts. It is bordered on the south by the Olympic Mountains and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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PORT ANGELES

Where the mountains meet the sea. There are majestic mountains and ancient glaciers, lush massive trees and an stunning array of greenery in the forests. Others imagine the relaxing view of a vessel plying the Strait of Juan de Fuca or a huge ship at anchor in the windswept harbor.

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PORT TOWNSEND

With its maritime heritage, artistic spirit, and a touch of urban chic, Port Townsend is a central point to the Olympic Peninsula and beyond. Whether on land or sea; indoors or outdoors, Port Townsend has activities for every taste. Most of the city is easily accessible on foot.

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SEQUIM

Sequim has many unique gift shops, murals, antique stores, galleries and charming restaurants. The sun shines in Sequim more than anywhere else in Western Washington. The “rain shadow” effect, caused by the Olympic Mountains, shelters the valley from excessive rain.

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FORKS & LA PUSH

Surrounded by rainforest valleys and within minutes of the rugged Pacific Coast, Forks is a friendly little town full of recreation opportunities. Experience world-class attractions like Rialto Beach, the Hoh Rainforest, Lake Ozette and many scenic river and mountain trails.

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NEAH BAY & CAPE FLATTERY

Neah Bay is located at the far northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, and is the ancestral home and central hub of the Makah Indian Tribe. Overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the town is situated at one of the most remote and breathtaking coastlines of Washington.

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BLACK BALL FERRY LINE

Black Ball Ferry Line offers year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service from downtown Victoria, British Columbia to downtown Port Angeles, Washington. The 90-minute crossing is you most direct link from Vancouver Island to the USA. On board amenities include a cafeteria, solarium, gift shop, and a tour desk.

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