Welcome to the Olympic Peninsula! Discover this unique land and fascinating local communities as you drive the Highway 101 Scenic Byway Loop GeoTour. Located in the upper left corner of Washington State, it’s home to Olympic National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve – and some really creative geocaches. From pristine Pacific Ocean beaches, moss-draped rain forests and wildflower-carpeted alpine meadows at the doorstep of glacier-capped mountains, don’t forget to look up from your GPS to enjoy it all!
- We started with 30 caches and now have 27 remaining to tempt and tease you, around the northern Olympic Peninsula, reaching to Brinnon on the east and Lake Quinault on the west. We had to archive three caches.
- A gorgeous geocoin to the first 200 cachers who find all 27 caches remaining on the tour.
Capture the special trackable geocoin for this GeoTour by finding all 27 caches, stamping your passport and sending the completed passport to: Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau, PO Box 670, Port Angeles, WA 98362. There are still coins available as of 6/19/2017, on a first-come, first-serve basis, one per household, please!
This GeoTour was made possible with funding from Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission, Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (representing Clallam County) and Jefferson County Tourism Coordinating Council. For questions or concerns, contact Mary Brelsford at Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau, or 800-942-4042.