Miller Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... rainforest, mountain ridges covered with snow and glaciers, all in one NP.
Drove along Lake Crescent, then followed Highway 101 until we turned inland along the Hoh River to the Hoh Rainforest NP campsite, through beautiful old growth forest. This is another part of Olympic NP. We camped next to the Hoh River, full of glacial silt. Lovely peaceful ...
... adept skills of Rommer, the assistant beverage manager, the situation was quickly resolved and we all were successfully moved to a more private Hudson Room. I thank everyone who took the situation in stride and helped to make the meeting a success. With that experience, I knew I had read this group correctly.
Two ongoing situations stand out in my mind so very memorable that I must relate them here; several solo cruising ladies ...
... time, but even those were a snap. We came across some of the rainforest that we had been told about. Douglas firs and Sitka spruce dominated the forest along with many types of mosses and fungi. Each step we took made us feel as if we were the first to step into this part of the world. The stillness of it all makes for quite on awe inspiring scene. In a short time we had reached Marymere Falls. It was well worth the walk to get there. A 90ft almost ...
... and stones plunder - he now has a favourite stick that is joining us on our road trip. Ruby Beach and Kalaloch Beach were equally as good. We have never seen anything like it before and coupled with the striking sea stacks these beaches have a real rugged beauty. We really felt like we were on the edge of the world and enjoyed two great sunsets from our lodge.
As well as beach combing we also headed into the Hoh Rainforest area where we did an enchanting ...
... Hurricane Ridge to the summit. That next morning were woke early as planned and hiked the 3.2 mile round trip up Hurricane Hill which was a steady climb (600ft) to the top, we were rewarded for our efforts finding both Goat and Marmot at the top as well as Black-tailed Deer along the way. After that we headed to the Western side of the park on the coast, settling into a campground about 2 miles from the beach. The beach ...