Rainforest Hike, Epic Mountain Vista and an International Ferry Ride
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Well, the 2017/18 Snowbird trip is now in the books. We finished it off with a few days near the town of Port Angeles camping on new RVer friends rural property. While visiting, we enjoyed two beautiful day trips. One was a scenic drive through parts of Olympic National Park to the mighty Sol Duc Falls buried deep in the dense rainforest.
The second was up a twisty road south of Port Angeles to a spot known as Hurricane Ridge. Hurricane Ridge sits above 5000 feet and offers a jaw-dropping view of the Olympic Mountains. Then on May 3rd after 180 days visiting the USA, we boarded the MV Coho ferry for our trip across the Juan De Fuca Strait back to Canada. Another spectacular southern trip complete.
Sol Duc Falls, Olympic National Park
In this video, Anne and I explore a hike to a gorgeous waterfall in the Olympic National Park located in Washington State. Sol Duc Falls. I show the falls and some of the fantastic rainforest scenery on the trail. I give you a dashcam glimpse of the RV campground. I also catch you up on our latest push north.
In this video, I wrap up our 2017/18 Snowbird season with a visit to Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park, Washington. Then we take the MV Coho Ferry of the Black Ball Line from Port Angeles WA across the Juan De Fuca Strait to Victoria BC. I give you a look at the ferry docking and the views from onboard. For more info on the Coho Ferry see this previous blog post.