Van Riper's Resort
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Woke up to an amazing view of Lake Crescent which we would have completely missed if we had continued in the dark. The water was intensely blue and the vegetation around the lake was lush and green, accented by the autumn leaves of the aspen trees. The biking around Lake Crescent was arguably the most adverse for bicycles we have traveled so far. A plethora of logging trucks zoomed by us with ...
... smoker, still warm. True native American fare. The shack is in Neah Bay across from the Makah Mini Mart. See the photos. We had heard about this spot from Nina of Wheeling.it blog when they visited a couple weeks ago. Couldn't pass it up. We bought two slices for our lunch atop the front of jeep in the Cape Flattery parking lot.
Walking out to Cape Flattery point through through the ...
Our next stop in the Olympic National Park was Lake Crescent. At an official maximum depth of 624 feet (190 m), it is officially the second deepest lake in the state. The Lake is known for its brilliant blue waters and exceptional clarity, caused by a lack of nitrogen in the water which inhibits the growth of algae. It is located in a popular recreational area which is home to a number of trails, we took ...
... scoop to great roads in BC. They also convinced us to head to Sooke instead of staying in Victoria. Good call.
We have been blessed with great weather, spectacular roads, and breath taking scenery.
Distance: bike 50 miles/ boat ??
Route: Hurricane Ridge / ferry from Port Angeles to Victoria BC / Route 1 north / route 14 west
... come through. He introduced himself as Jon and freaked the others out by warning them about bears and mountain lions. They were asking loads of stupid questions which demonstrated their ignorance about the area, and it was really embarrassing for Laura and I, who have researched everywhere we're going really thoroughly. After speaking with Jon, Graeme told us of a small hike that we could do if we wanted, to the Sol Duc falls and back, but as ...