21472
Washington
Naturally Magnificent: Washington State's Olympic Peninsula
Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula is a natural beauty. Come see for yourself as you walk in a rainforest, explore the beach at LaPush and learn about native Makah culture.
Rating (4.86)
Program No. 21472RJ
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6 days
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4.86 Average
Milton
(4)
This trip ventures into a corner of America that is full of surprises.
Pat
(5)
The Olympic Penninsula is a spectacular place where you can experience an old growth rain forest, dramatic Pacific Ocean beaches, a wonderful Native American museum and great mountain and ocean views. The pace is moderate and not strenuous, and the salmon - clams - crabs - halibut are great eating.
Alice
(5)
Perfect tour of a great national park with mountains, temperature rain forests, and wonderful beaches.
Walter
(5)
My first Road Scholar program: it was excellent, from the group leader to the many fascinating places we visited. It was well worth the long flight across the country from NYC.
Linda
(5)
The Olympic Peninsula provides an excellent introduction to the scenic Northwest--the big trees, the water, the hills, the log trucks, the fires..one learns that there are no easy answers to the questions that arise with respect to the land.





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