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One of my favorite Pacific Ocean beaches! Enjoy beach combing, sunning and exploring at this most beautiful destination. Approximately 2.5 hours west of Sequim.
It takes about two and a half hours or so to get to Ruby Beach from my Airbnb, but if you're staying for a few days, it's definitely worth the drive.
Northernmost of the southern beaches in the coast section of Olympic National Park. Located on Hwy 101 in Jefferson County 27 miles south of the town of Forks. Named for the ruby-like crystals that wash up onto the beach.
Just a few miles north of Kalaloch Lodge on Highway 101, you will find one of the most spectacular beaches on the entire west coast. Full of sea stacks and driftwood, incredible views and bloody sunsets, Ruby Beach is one of the most impressive and accessible coastal areas in the National Park…
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“ The Hall of Mosses is the name of a distinct hiking trail in Olympic National Park, located in the Hoh Rainforest. Plucked straight from a storybook, the trail is filled with old trees—a mixture of temperate bigleaf maples and Sitka spruces—draped in green and brown mosses. Along the main trail, there is an otherworldly 200-foot side path which leads to an enchanting grove of giant maple trees, cloaked in hanging moss. One visitor to the trail wrote that “the trees stand like green-robed figures of eld.” ”
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“Nice and easy hike. Beautiful and serene. Enjoy lake crescent on your drive here. ”
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“If you're down on the Pacific Coast by Ruby Beach and the Hoh Rain Forest turn-off, consider stopping at the Kalaloch Lodge for lunch or dinner. Open year-round and a very scenic walk to the beach. You can also see the Tree of Life at the Kalaloch Campground just a minute down the road.”
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“A beautiful Glacier Lake with crystal clear water. Ten miles of road winds along side. Stop of at the famous Lake Crescent Lodge located inside the Olympic National Forest. Hike several trails or climb up to the Marymere Falls. At the far western end of the lake are camping spots located along the lake or drive up the back road to Camp David Jr. ”
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