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Mount angels trail

Hurricane Ridge Road, Port Angeles WA

Submitted by: L.W. Wise

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    Monday: Open 24 hours
    Tuesday: Open 24 hours
    Wednesday: Open 24 hours
    Thursday: Open 24 hours
    Friday: Open 24 hours
    Saturday: Open 24 hours
    Sunday: Open 24 hours


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Wild and beautiful. Just go there and explore. So much to see, but access is limited. If you wanna go into wilderness, hiking and camping is the only way. Very unique place. The ocean is just few miles away from 8,000 feet glaciated peaks. Beautiful lakes and beaches around.
rahul kodali
This place has some of the most beautiful scenery in America. There really isn't a bad time of the year to visit, winter to summer, each season has its unique scenes. I love how so many of the smaller roads will have a complete tree canopy over the road. The lakes and beach fronts are breathtaking. There are many trails to hike and waterfalls to see. Two of my favorite places are Cape Flattery and Crescent Lake. When visiting you should plan additional days to your trip because there are so many attractions to see.
jay fischer
I love it there!! One of the only places you can start out on the beach. 30 minutes later be in old growth forest. For the outdoors types that area is a must. There are several campgrounds that are first come first serve. Lakes, waterfalls, several rivers, and miles of coast line.
Ryan Bemis
Go for it. Especially by the summers or just before winter. I had a breathtaking experience by the hikes and trials. Will cherish the nature’s touch for lifetime. Doesn’t need any extra prep. Regular hiking shoes and a hydration bag/bottles water is advisable. If you don’t get water all by yourself, you’ll have a tough time. Could be treated a must watch and/or bucket list item.
lavan kumar
Stunning views! An absolute must see. The trees are huge and magnificent. It's a breathtaking experience. Hall of Mosses was incredible, although the trail was a bit crowded with families and young children. If you are looking for serenity, explore some of more challenging trails.
Chef Linda Burns



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