Nick and Yuriy on Olympic Peninsula East
About our adventure with @whereisyuriy and @nickrlake
We invited Yuriy (@whereisyuriy) and Nick (@nickrlake) to join us on a trip to Port Ludlow and the eastern Olympic Peninsula in March. We were chartered around by Olympic Hiking Co. (@hikeolympic) on a wonderful adventure of the region!
On the first day, the guys checked into the beautiful Port Ludlow Resort, and then set out on a 5 mile round-trip hike up Mount Walker. That night they had a great dinner at the Fireside Restaurant at the Resort at Port Ludlow before a sunset kayaking trip in the Hood Canal.
The next morning, they started the day with breakfast at the Fireside Restaurant, and then headed to the Duckabush region in Brinnon. They hiked to Murhut Falls, and through the Duckabush River Trail before heading to Port Townsend to explore the Fort Worden trails and Point Wilson Lighthouse for sunset. They enjoyed a fabulous dinner at Taps and the Guardhouse at Fort Worden before heading back to the Resort at Port Ludlow.
On the third day of their adventure, the guys caught sunrise at Dosewallips State Park before hiking over 7 miles round-trip to Lena Lake. After lunch in Chimacum, they got some local flavor with a great tour and tasting from Crystie at Finnriver Farm & Cidery. They headed over to Marrowstone Island that evening for sunset and a picnic dinner at Fort Flagler Historical State Park.
The last day, the guys enjoyed their final breakfast at the Resort at Port Ludlow before heading out to Rocky Brook Falls to capture the high spring waters cascasding over the cliff. Check out the images from Nick and Yuriy's Olympic Peninsula adventure below: