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Contact & More Info

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau

Call us at 360-452-8552 or 800-942-4042

About this Project

The Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail is a joint project with Grays Harbor Tourism, North Mason County, Jefferson County Tourism Coordinating Council and Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau. Photographs are copyright Lani Doely Photography, except: Falls Creek Falls, Ross Hamilton; Madison Falls, Davey Schmidt; Perfection Falls, Roger Blain; and Spoon Creek Falls, Mary Brelsford. Text for long descriptions provided by Terry Trembly. Video credits are to Lani Doely Photography except: Perfection Falls, Spoon Creek Falls and Wynoochee Falls, courtesy of OPVB.

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Links to helpful sites in areas around the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail


Kenmore Airlines. Alaska Airlines partner Kenmore Air Express offers daily service between Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) and the Port Angeles Airport (CLM).

Black Ball Ferry. Vehicle and passenger service between Port Angeles, WA and Victoria, BC, Canada.

Jefferson Transit. Port Townsend and surrounding areas, including Lake Quinault north to Forks.

Dungeness Line. Two trips daily from Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend, Discovery Bay and Kingston to Edmonds, Seattle Greyhound, Amtrak and Sea-Tac.

Rocket Transportation. Provides auto and van door-to-door service on the Olympic Peninsula; includes trips to/from Sea-Tac.

All Points Charters & Tours. Provides trailhead shuttle service for Olympic National Park and tours in all areas of the Olympic Peninsula.

Rite Brothers Aviation. Charter and scenic flights from Port Angeles.

Some local events and favorite links

Olympic Peninsula Winery Association

Lavender Weekend in Sequim

Makah Days


Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival

Annual Ocosta Oyster Feed

International Kite Challenge

Bear Festival

Area Web Cams

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95 Responses to “Contact & More Info”

  1. Kathy says:

    My mom can walk short flat distances and wants to take in as many waterfalls, rain forest and everything Washington’s natural beauty has to offer through tours. What do you suggest? We don’t want to drive.

  2. Katrina says:

    Is cycling allowed on the trail?

    No. Sorry. But there is great cycling around Lake Crescent on the Spruce Railroad Trail, which is part of the Olympic Discovery Trail, on the other side of the lake.

    There is other cycling across the peninsula on the Olympic Discovery Trail that spans from Port Townsend to La Push. Not all of the trail is built as a paved throughway, but there are many scenic miles to enjoy. And, it is possible to go the entire route although some of the riding will be on the highway shoulder and through towns.