Small Group Hiking Tour of Olympic National Park

See the amazing diversity of Olympic with a Good Trip Adventures Guide.


Trip Length

1 Day


Easy to Moderate

Group Size

Up to 8 Persons

Trip Dates

Various dates between June 15 – Oct 15.

Don’t see the date you’re looking for? You can always request a private tour!


Round Trip Transportation from Kalaloch or Forks areas
Private, medically trained naturalist guide
Snacks and water refills
Park Entry

Not Included

Gratuity for your guide
Lunch (please bring a lunch or purchase lunch at a grab-and-go shop)

$269 per person


Trip Info

Take a tour that lets you immerse yourself in the park. Our guides are master naturalists, botanists, geologists, historians, and – most importantly – relentlessly curious! This is not just a sightseeing tour, it’s a day all about learning and connection.

Olympic National Park is sometimes called “three parks in one” because of its diversity of landscapes – from dense old growth forests to high alpine meadows to coastal ecosystems. Today is split between exploring some of the peninsula’s most stunning coastal destinations with fascinating intertidal wildlife and hiking through the magical and otherworldly Hoh rainforest. Your guide will spend the day teaching you about the ecology of the area and its storied human history. Today is all about taking the time to really look around. With a Good Trip Guide, you’ll be sure not to miss all the fascinating life just beneath your feet.

Groups are capped at 8 adventurers. If we don’t meet the minimum number of spots booked, registrants will be offered an option to make the tour private for an additional charge or cancel for a full refund.

Pick ups from accommodations in Forks, Lake Quinault, or the Kalaloch area are available. If you’re staying outside this area, you can simply meet us at our starting point – Kalaloch Beach 4 – where you’ll leave your personal vehicle and jump into our van. We’ll return here for drop off at the tour’s conclusion.

Full-Day Tour

$269 per person


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