Exploring Olympic Peninsula

Hood Canal Adventures: Kayak Brinnon

Oysters on the Beach Tour! Join us for a scenic paddle to a secluded beach for lunch and oyster shucking! Pics from last week's tour.

Iron Tazz

Wild Olympic 🏔 🐐 Hope everyone is having an awesome weekend 🙂


Submarine going through Hood Canal Bridge!!

Iron Tazz

If you look at the water in the distance you can see a layer of ice built up on top. These are my favorite mornings to get hit with that first light. 🙂 Olympics, Washington.

Tulalip News

The trail is 12 miles long and runs through the city of Port Townsend. It spotlights 18 historical sites of the S'Klallam people.

Here’s a quick update from William Tygart (me 😂 ) on what will be going on for the page for the next 60 days or so.

Reach out with any content you’d like me to post on the page , looking forward to heading into the woods to obtain footage for everyone when the rain comes back 😊❤️🤙


Marymere Falls, near Lake Crescent in the Olympic NP

Explore Hood Canal

Looking for a short but energizing hike leading to a magical find? Head over to Guillemot Cove Nature Preserve near Seabeck, Washington to check out their historic stump! The trail starts on a hillside across a small footbridge and heads east through forest and meadow.

George Stenberg Photography ScenicWA Hood Canal Events

Olympic National Park

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a...goat?! Mountain goat translocation operations are beginning again this summer. See what it's all about!

For an audio described version of this video, please visit our website at https://www.nps.gov/media/video/view.htm?id=3E5FA9E3-DE81-366D-3C4A2647CD6EDC5B

Olympic National Forest Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife National Park Service Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest - US Forest Service U.S. Forest Service - Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Port Townsend Main Street Program

Happy weekend from Port Townsend. Come see what’s new. #ptmainstreet

Puget Sound Express

On July 4th the Humpback known as Mathematician (BCY0785) gave us some great fireworks before the sun even had a chance to go down. He was swimming by himself just northwest of Dungeness Spit and he got pretty spirited as a cruise shipped passed by in the distance. He breached 6-7 times and slapped his pectoral fins on the surface repeatedly too! Here are a few photos from our experience. Naturalist/Photographer, Bart Rulon

Mason County Sheriff's Office

Foggy and misty this morning at the Upper Ellinor Trail Head. Please remember to bring proper hiking gear, clothing and supplies for those "just incase" moments. Make sure to let someone know your planned route and ETA for return. Make sure your cell is charged as well. Thanks!

Olympic National Park

Visiting Lake Crescent? Come by the Storm King Ranger Station and chat with rangers Ron and Allison! The ranger station will be open Thursday-Monday, when you can join a ranger program or just stop in and visit!

[image description: two park rangers wave and pose on the porch of a log cabin-style ranger station]


Absolut beeindruckender Regenwald im Olympic National Park.

Hood Canal Adventures: Kayak Brinnon

If you’re looking for something amazing to do on tomorrow with the family on Olympic Peninsula this would be a great idea !


Hood Canal Events

The sounds of the nature, the scent of the trees, the sunlight playing through the forest, the fresh, clean air - these things give us a real sense of comfort and rejuvenate our mind, body and spirit. If this is something you need check us out at hoodcanalevents.com and let’s create a personalized PNW experience #BeTheTraveler #HoodCanal #ForestBathing #Relax #Rejuvenate #Restore #Outdoors #Nature #Recreation

When Nature Calls

Queets Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington USA

Dance of LoVe

Hoh Rainforest, Washington State

~ M, Dance of LoVe

Hood Canal Events

“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way we learn.” - Ignacio Estrada

Fear is a learned behavior, sometimes you need to push through it to experience how beautiful life can be #BeTheTraveler #HoodCanal #Waterfall #Adventure #Experience #PNWLife #NothingToFearButFearItself

Disco Bay Detour

From jellyfish and sea cucumbers to greenling and otters, the surrounding waters of the Olympic Peninsula are filled with life. Freediving allows us to glide through the blades of an underwater forest soaking in the magic of the sea.

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75 ways seems like a lot but we’re sure there’s a couple more that didn’t make it onto the list.

🤔 What else would You add to this list?


George Stenberg Photography

I needed a little road up north and Mt. Walker was on my mind last night. When I arrived, there was a lot of cloud action going on and I decided to the north view point first. It was completely engulfed by clouds and had very little photo opportunities. So with fingers crossed, I went to the south view point and was happy to see these sights. Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful weekend.

Explore Hood Canal

The dock at Alderbrook Resort and Spa is great place to tie up for a bite to eat, or board the Lady Alderbrook for a scenic tour.

Photo courtesy of George Stenberg Photography


Wagonwheel Lake Hike features alpine views and solitude

explorehoodcanal.com One of the steepest trails in the Olympic Range, perhaps it's called "wagonwheel" because, as author, Craig Romano, puts it, "you’ll bust your axle" hiking this unforgiving climb f you are unprepared.  Are you up for the challenge?

Katherine Hansen Real Estate Broker

Wouldn't it be just perfect if there was a lifestyle home decor store that also offered interior design services? 🤔That would be the perfect shop, and it actually exists in Port Townsend! 📍Join top performing Realtor, Katherine Hansen for a tour of the shop as well as a walk through of a home styled by the owner and designer of Conservatory Coastal Home, Heather Pollock. #americandreamtv

To see more design trends, follow The American Dream TV

George Washington Inn Lavender in bloom photo credit to Joy Wetterlund

Hood Canal Events

We had a busy weekend, but there’s still time to get out and hike today, and for this week’s the Traveler Tip:

Today we just wanted to make sure that everyone knows the 10 essentials for any hiking trip - check them out and enjoy:)

1. Navigation (map & compass)
2. Sun protection (sunglasses & sunscreen)
3. Insulation (extra clothing, hat, gloves)
4. Illumination (headlamp/flashlight)
5. First-aid supplies
6. Fire (waterproof matches/lighter/candle)
7. Repair kit and tools
8. Nutrition (extra food)
9. Hydration (extra water)
10. Emergency shelter (tent/plastic tube tent/garbage bag)

This list may seem a bit daunting, but once you tailor it to your hike, it won’t be so bad. Many of these things are what you’d pack for a PNW picnic!

RainDagger Productions

Devil's Punchbowl Lake Crescent
Olympic National Park

National Park Photography Expeditions

The sun has set on the Olympic National Park Photography Masterclass Workshop. I want to thank Cheryle, Ken, Ramiro, Nathan, and Marti for your excellent work, enthusiasm, and dedication to developing a visual voice. All of you have been a joy to teach and help grow, and I look forward to working with you and your images online in the weeks to come.
Safe travels and never give up on your creative dreams.
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The Salmon Center

Come down to Hoodsport for Fjordin Crossing! 🇳🇴 We’re here with info all about HCSEG as well as servin’ up fresh grilled oysters from Hama Hama.

Hood Canal Adventures is here as well providing kayaks for those who want to cross the fjord! @ Hoodsport, Washington

Hood Canal Events

Fernweh: (n.) - Feeling homesick for a place you've never been.

So many places to check out in the Olympic Mountains! I love this word because it puts a name to a feeling I've never before been able to describe.

#BeTheTraveler #HoodCanal #PNWLife #OlympicMountains #SoMuchToSee #Adventure #Travel #Backpacking #Outdoors

National Geographic Travel

Olympic National Park shelters a unique rainforest, copious glaciated mountain peaks and a long strip of Pacific coastal wilderness—largely untouched and perfect for exploring on foot. http://bit.ly/2BgBe5J

National Geographic TV

What is your favorite Olympic National Park memory? Here are our best moments! Join us tonight at 7/6c for more.

KR Backwoods Photography

Here's another from my hike up Buttcramp Ridge the other day with my kids in the Olympic National Park. I think this was the only stretch of trail going up that was flat. Thanks for taking a walk with me today.

Hard to drive by this Olympic Peninsula gem without stopping for some Kombucha and Peanuts!

Always a great vibe, staff is super friendly, they have more cool beers and snack and coffee than you can imagine.

If you’re driving through Discovery Bay you should stop in and check them out.


Travel Planner - Olympic Peninsula

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Katherine Hansen Real Estate Broker

Excellent showcase of Olympic Peninsula’s very own Port Townsend Vineyards by the amazing Katherine Hansen!

Top Realtor, Katherine Hansen is back on The American Dream TV and this time she's at Port Townsend Vineyards -- a beautiful, artisan winery in Jefferson County. 🍾Join Katherine for a tour of the winery, and stick around for a walk through of a gorgeous, restored, Victorian home that's located less than 10 minutes away from Port Townsend Vineyards. 🍷Take a look! #americandreamtv

Picture Port Townsend

Another beautiful Pacific Northwest morning ... #fortworden #porttownsend #olympicpeninsula

Beautiful Washington

Look at the coast of the Pacific Ocean and relax. Ruby Beach is certainly a beautiful destination in Olympic National Park offering great photographic opportunities. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Olympic coastline, numerous sea stacks and a peaceful atmosphere. Enjoy the full video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaGjJyMGXPk and also subscribe to our YouTube channel not to miss new relaxation videos in high quality!


Olympic National Park officials plan more mountain goat roundups | Peninsula Daily News

peninsuladailynews.com OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Goats will fly again at Olympic National Park this summer as the National Park Service continues to transport mountain goats to their native habitat in the North Cascades.

Hood Canal Adventures: Kayak Brinnon

Yesterday's Oysters on the Beach Tour! A 3 hour round trip paddle to a secluded beach for lunch, oyster shucking and swimming. The scenery is just epic! Call to book your private, biologist guided tour!

Take a 25 minute drive from the top of Hurricane Ridge down to the bottom....in under 3 minutes 😳😂🤪🤙

I could barely make it past the halfway mark before my head hurt, see if you can stick around long enough to fly through the three tunnels.

Not everybody who heads into the Olympic National Park is a camper 😊. Sometimes you want to head back to a nice hot tub and a great evening after a hard day hiking.

We visited Robin Hood Village Resort in Union, just across the waters of Hood Canal , to find out what makes this cottage resort one of the favorite destinations for those exploring Olympic Peninsula.

“Escape to a romantic getaway at Robin Hood Village Resort today located in Union, WA.

The Hood Canal provides an enchanting escape from the hustle and bustle of Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and the entire Puget Sound Region. The region sits within the foothills of the majestic Olympic Mountains and features gorgeous wildlife. Bald Eagles and seals are regular visitors to the region and we even occasionally welcome a few Orcas.

Our resort features 16 unique cottages along Hood Canal.

Robin Hood Village Resort is nestled in a forested-nook alongside the historic Robin Hood Restaurant and Pub, and is walking distance to three dining experiences, including the award winning Alderbrook Resort & Spa. With live music five nights a week, there is no shortage of entertainment in Union.

We also offer free kayaks to our guests. Feel free to paddle about the Hood Canal and enjoy the views of the Olympic Mountains soaring bald eagles, and playful seals. After your paddle, come back to relax in one of the many private hot tubs on our property.

The Hood Canal area offers beautiful hiking, kayaking, waterfalls, oyster picking, crabbing, shrimping, clamming, fishing, and so much more.

Come enjoy our historic resort built in 1934 by Don Beckman, the Hollywood set designer for the original Robin Hood movie starring Errol Flynn.We are located on East State Route 106 along the beautiful Hood Canal.”

M4 Group 's Matt Clark joins Tygart Media atop High Steel Bridge on the Olympic Peninsula. Matt shows us a great viewing spot for a waterfall in the winter time as well as a "one in a million" shot 375 feet below.

"High Steel Bridge is a truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River on Forest Service road #2202 near the city of Shelton, Washington in Mason County, Washington.

The High Steel Bridge was the second of two large steel arches to be erected by the Simpson Logging Company on Forest Service land in 1929. These bridges carried a single railroad track across formidable chasms opening up expansive tracts of previously inaccessible timber on the Olympic Peninsula.

The High Steel Bridge's 685 ft (209 m) steel riveted webbed arch rises 375 ft (114 m) above the Skokomish River's South Fork, placing it among the top twenty highest bridges in the United States.

The building materials—which included a considerable amount of concrete for the footings, lumber for the decking, concrete forms, and railings, and 750 tons of steel—were hauled by rail across the recently completed Vance Creek Bridge.

The American Bridge Company, a subsidiary of the U.S. Steel Products Company at the time of construction, was the contractor for the $131,000 structure. The Simpson Logging Company spent an additional $100,000 in lumber in the construction of the bridge. The total cost of the bridge was paid from the proceeds of timber subsequently hauled across it."


Dog Friendly on the Fjord - Issuu

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