People who love hiking will absolutely love to visit Olympic National Park. In the recent year, there are almost 40,000 people go camping in the Olympic Wilderness and there are thousands more people take the chance of hiking during day in the trip that is challenging and even risky at some points.
Because of the challenges and the risks those will be faced by the visitors of this national park, every single visitor to learn every single detail about visiting the Olympic Wilderness in order to increase the safety had by every individual. There are several ways to enter the national park but the busiest route to go to the park is from Seattle, United States or Vancouver, Canada. From Seattle, visitors can take ferries and will cost $15 for the standard passenger type of vehicle. For visitors who prefer driving cars, they can head to Tacoma all the way to Bremerton and cross a floating bridge. Visitors may also go from Olympia from the South.
Olympic National Park has weather that always changing and sometimes changes are quite extreme. In this park, visitors maybe best to visit during summer. So visitors will need to know everything before going. Preparation is something must be done due the risks every individual has while being inside of the national park. The entrance fee for the park for a week is $15 per vehicle or $5 for pedestrians, bicyclists or motorcyclists. A group of up to 12 people may go camping in backcountry for $5 plus $2 per person. In campgrounds, camping will cost from $10 to $18 per night with dump station cots $5.