Hurricane Ridge, or also called Hurricane Hill Snowshoe in Olympic National Park, snowshoeing is a nice thing to do in Winter when the snow is gently falling. This is located on Hurricane Ridge; where they have a small ski hill and snowshoeing routes you can follow. It's rather high elevation, 5760 feet near the top, so when it's raining in Seattle, you can take a day trip and get into something drier, at least that's how I look at it. Plus, it's fun to take a ferry across Puget Sound any chance you get. At the gate to the park, they charge you $15.00 for the car, which is good for a week. At Hurricane Ridge, they have a lodge with gift shop and food. The first part of the trail is a snow covered road that in Summer leads to a trail head for hiking. That is about 1.5 miles to that part, but if you take the longer route, it's about six miles round trip.
The trail map, click on it to get the larger picture.
Songlin at the Hurricane Hill parking lot sign.
A great place to take pictures. We didn't have clear skies for the wonderful Olympic interior, but it was still very worthwhile.
This is me, Terry. Enjoying a rest while my picture is taken.