Traverse over 150 miles of one of the largest intact temperate rainforests in North America and discover why the Olympic National Park is the best-kept secret in the Pacific Northwest. Dive into the marine and forest ecosystems with local biologists and cultural ambassadors alike. Discover firsthand the history and the people that make this region so special. From visiting local farms and breaking bread with Indigenous tribal members to searching for orcas on a private whale-watching cruise and soaking up the old-growth forests while bathing in natural geothermal heated pools, this is a bicycle adventure like no other.

Trip Highlights
Traverse the Olympic Discovery Trail and follow the Sol Duc River from the foothills of the Olympics all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
Visit the Pacific Ocean at Rialto Beach and pass through Hole in the Wall.
Discover the art of making farmstead craft cider, tour the orchards and taste exceptional ciders right where they are brewed.
Explore the Salish Sea Ecosystem with Marine Biologists.
Hop on a one-way Private Whale Watching Cruise from Port Townsend to Port Angeles.
Experience local sustainable agriculture and meet the farmers who grow your food.
Enjoy wine, cheese, and chocolate tasting, gourmet food, and classic Pacific Northwest cuisine.
Visit the largest dam removal in U.S. history and learn how it spawned a Salmon revival.
Unwind in natural geothermal heated pools surrounded by old-growth forests within the Olympic National Park.
Dive into the crystal blue waters of lake crescent and ride the Spruce Railroad trail around the lake’s protected north shore.
Immerse yourself in the sounds of the rainforest and meet the Park Rangers working to preserve the silence.
Stay in historic hotels, log cabins managed by the Olympic National Park, and deluxe private campgrounds with all the amenities.
Exchange ideas and share culture over fire-roasted Salmon with Indigenous tribal members.

Olympic Rainforest Discovery Adventure

Manresa Castle Hotel
651 Cleveland St., Bellingham, WA, 98368