Washington has some beautiful scenic byways, but many of them are seasonal drives. The North Cascades and Chinook Pass, for example, tend to be especially treacherous in the winter. There are few places you can go in the state where your road trip won’t be impacted by the water, but the Olympic Peninsula Highway 101 loop is definitely one of them.

Not all of Olympic National Park’s attractions are open year-round, but the majority of the Peninsula is accessible all winter. If you’re suffering from a case of cabin fever, here’s how to cure it.

Do you have a favorite spot in Olympic National Park? Have you ever been in the winter?

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