Winter at Hood Canal can mean curling up on the couch with a good book, watching winter storms stir up whitecaps on the canal, or take a hike. There are plenty of hikes to choose from, rain or shine. Here is a great resource: http://bit.ly/wtaHoodCanal Be sure to check weather before you go: http://bit.ly/hoodcanalweather
You may even catch sight of our local elk herd, plentiful deer and soaring eagles.
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Hood Canal borders the eastern slopes of the Olympic Mountains with hikes which offer incredible views on a clear sunny day. And, on cloudy days, there are trails that offer equally picturesque views of rushing rivers, crystal lakes and tumbling waterfalls. Below is a sample of the most popular hikes near Hood Canal, come rain or shine. For more information on directions and other visitor information visit EmeraldTowns.com. Trail information including Hiking Guides and Trip Reports are at WTA.org