The Olympic Peninsula is a celebration of water, including a wealth of dazzling waterfalls that awe and inspire. From coast to rain forests to mountains, the Olympic Peninsula offers a year-round waterfall adventure for all ages and abilities. From a paved, wheelchair accessible pathway at MADISON FALLS to many sublime forest trails, or more adventures to stunning locales reached only via backcountry routes or by boat, there’s a falls for everyone—and in every season. Some nice day trips might include LUDLOW FALLS (near Port Ludlow) or ROCKY BROOK FALLS (near Brinnon) on the east side of the Olympic Peninsula, or MARYMERE FALLS (near Lake Crescent) on the north side of the Peninsula. Coming from the south, visit the Quinault Rain Forest area to view WILLABY CREEK FALLS and MERRIMAN FALLS.
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