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WHERE TO STAY Sol Duc Hot Springs 12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd., Port An­ge­les 866-476-5382 olympic­na­tion­al­parks.com/lodg­ing/ sol-duc-hot-springs-re­sort Rus­tic cab­ins and lodge in the foothills of the Olympic Moun­tains, proudly In­ter­net-free. Open late March to late Oc­to­ber. Cab­ins from $208 per night dur­ing high sea­son, $142 per night dur­ing off sea­son.

Kalaloch Lodge 157151 High­way 101, Forks 888-662-9928 thekalalochlodge.com Spar­tan cab­ins and lodge over­look­ing the Pa­cific Ocean, near some of the most fa­mous hikes in Olympic Na­tional Park in­clud­ing the Hall of Mosses. Cab­ins from $185 per night; lodge rooms from $169 per night.

WHERE TO EAT Michael’s Seafood and Steakhouse 117B East First St., Port An­ge­les 360-417-6929 michaels­din­ing.com Up­scale steak and seafood din­ing, fea­tur­ing fresh lo­cal Dun­geness crab in sea­son. En­trees start at $16.99.

Forks Cof­fee Shop 241 S. Forks Ave., Forks 360-374-6769 fork­swa.com/list­ing/forks-cof­fee-shop A greasy spoon diner per­fect for fu­el­ing up be­fore a day of hik­ing in the park. Fill up with a to-go deli sand­wich be­fore your hike. Break­fast and lunch starts un­der $10.

WHAT TO DO Olympic Na­tional Park and For­est 3002 Mt An­ge­les Rd., Port An­ge­les 888-896-3818 olympic­na­tion­al­parks.com Hik­ing through Olympic Na­tional Park pro­vides end­less op­por­tu­ni­ties for stun­ning views of moun­tain vis­tas, cas­cad­ing wa­ter­falls and wildlife. Hikes range from an easy stroll of less than a mile to more ar­du­ous climbs through moun­tain passes, and even overnight trips. Trail­heads sur­round the park, off High­way 101. Free, though overnight camp­ing re­quires a fee. IN­FOR­MA­TION olympicpenin­sula.org

For the author’s full list of Wash­ing­ton rec­om­men­da­tions, visit wash­ing­ton­post.com/travel

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