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Free Adventure and Culinary Guide to the Olympic Peninsula
Be a culinary explorer!
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north, and the Hood Canal on the east, the Olympic Peninsula – Washington’s premier destination for eco-conscious travelers and outdoor enthusiasts – is pleased to announce their Free Guide to food, wine, festivals, events and adventure is now available from the Olympic Peninsula Tourist Bureau.
The Culinary Loop takes visitors to places like Port Townsend, Sequim, Port Angeles, Lake Quinault, Hood Canal, and Gray’s Harbor to experience Farmer’s Markets, Food Festivals, Farm to Table Restaurants and wineries. A bonus is the “Ask a local expert” section for each region of the Peninsula. A visit to a local farm will educate guests about how to grow fruits, vegetables and maybe even lavender while attending the Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival offers succulent tastes of the ocean. www.crabfestival.org.
The Adventure Guide provides information about waterfall hikes, bike routes, sea kayaking venues, marinas where guests can enjoy water sports like sailing, fishing and boating. Additionally, there are listings for lodging such as bed and breakfasts, hotels and lodges. Never miss a fun event or opportunity with this Guide which is available from the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau at www.olympicpeninsula.org. A mobile app for the Loop is available at www.OlympicCulinaryLoop.com.
For a full schedule of events and festivals or to learn more about the Olympic Peninsula; and plan your next trip, please visit www.olympicpeninsula.org.
About the Olympic Peninsula
The Olympic Peninsula in Washington is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north, and the Hood Canal on the east. It is famed for being home to Olympic National Park, over 600 miles of hiking trails and 73 miles of pristine, Pacific Coast ocean wilderness beaches. The Olympic Peninsula boasts a wide array of activities for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike, attracting visitors from near and far.