Rain Forest Hostel

Address: 169312 Hwy 101 , Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 169312 Hwy 101 , Forks, is near Sol Duc, Storm King Ranger Station, and Calawah.
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Travel Blogs from Forks

It'll Be Alright

A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 08, 2014

79 photos

... leave something there to show its taken, and then pay the fee in the envelope and deposit it, placing the stub on the board to show you've paid. Apparently, a couple of campsites had been paid for for multiple nights by people in RV's. They had packed all their belongings into their RV's and driven away for the day, expecting to have a nice place to "camp" for the night. All they left to show the site was taken was an envelope clipped to the site number sign saying ...

The Power of the Pacific

A travel blog entry by lara.eric.cam on Sep 10, 2014

17 photos

... Hall of Moss) through heavily moss and lichen draped maple trees and spruce trees (some real old giants up to 500 years old and 300ft tall).

On the way out we passed Aberdeen, birthplace of Kurt Cobain and Buzz Osbourne (heavyweights of the grunge movement). Funnily enough, there didn't appear to be the same level of hysteria as in Forks.

Next we motored on to Portland - Foodies paradise and home of the food cart. We headed straight to Nong's ...

The Twilight Zone

A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 24, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... called La Push. So I headed over there and hung out for a while. The beach itself was nice, something I always think about at the beach is where all those particles of water have come from, or where they’re going to. Does anyone else ever think about that stuff? Like those particular water particles in the ocean at that moment washing over that beach, where were they a hundred years ago? They’re in Washington right now, but have they ever been on ...

Hoh Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Sep 11, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

Today we went to the Hoh, one of the largest temperate rainforests in the US. A temperate rainforest has coniferous and broadleaf trees. It lies in the Hoh River valley which was formed by glaciers thousands of years ago. The Hoh River is fed by the Hoh Glacier on Mt Olympus and has that slate blue, milky water caused by the grinding of rock as the glacier moves and melts.
We walked the two loops starting at the visitor center and took in the trees, moss, ferns and the river.

Day-32 Ocean Shores, Washington

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Jul 11, 2013

4 photos

Today we are having a lazy day went for a drive around Ocean Shores and drove along the beach. We saw dolphins and a seal at the breakwater, and 2 little Bambi's so adorable

Lunch was fish & chips and clam chowder soup ( my favourite) ...