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Port Angeles
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2.0
3.2
Access to Hospital
East side of highway
5.5
8.9
Point of Interest
Crossing the Hoquiam River, Washington.
8.1
13.0
Roadside highway turnout
Emergency parking, with telephone. West side of highway
11.2
18.0
Point of Interest
West branch of Hoquiam River, Washington.
11.5
18.5
View from highway
Driving north on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
23.2
37.3
Walker Road
Access to telephone, west side of highway
25.9
41.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Humptulips River, Washington.
35.0
56.4
Olympic National Forest, Washington
South boundary. The National Forests are part of America's great outdoors and are public lands. They are managed for the multiple uses of recreation, wildlife, timber, grazing, mining, oil and gas, watershed and wilderness. The Olympic National Forest is over 632,000 acres in size
37.2
59.8
Access to National Fish Hatchery
West side of highway
42.6
68.6
Community of Quinault, Washington
Access to Quinault, Washington Recreational Area North and South Shore. Access to campgrounds east of highway
42.8
68.9
Quinault Indian Reservation
South boundary
43.4
69.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
44.1
70.9
Community of Amanda Park, Washington
Services at highway, fuel, south side
64.6
103.9
Clearwater Road
Community of Clearwater, Washington. Access to Hoh Clearwater, Washington State Forest
65.2
105.0
Grays Harbourr County, Washington
South county line.
69.6
112.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Queets River, Washington.
72.9
117.3
Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway. Public access to beach
73.7
118.6
Beach #2 Hiking Trail - Driving north on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway
View of burls along hiking trail
73.7
118.6
Beach #2 Hiking Trail - Driving north on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway
View of ocean
74.6
120.1
National Park Service Wardens Station
East side of highway
74.8
120.4
Services at highway - Driving north on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway
West side of highway. Great coffee
75.1
120.9
Point of Interest
Crossing Kalaloch Creek, Washington
75.3
121.2
Kalaloch Olympic, Washington National Park Campground
Access to Kalaloch campground, west side of highway. Kalaloch campground is located along the coast of the Pacific Ocean in the southernmost portion of Olympic's coastal strip. Kalaloch has 175 sites and is at an elevation of 50 feet. Park campgrounds do not have hookups, showers, or laundry. Accessible restrooms and RV dump station available.
75.8
122.0
Public Access to beach
West side of highway
76.2
122.7
Roadside highway turnout with view area
Highway turnouts both sides of highway. View area west side of highway. Photo from view area. Driving north on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway
76.8
123.6
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, small paved turnout
78.0
125.5
Roadside highway turnout to Beach # 4
West side of highway, public access to beach
79.4
127.7
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, small turnout
79.9
128.6
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, small turnout
81.2
130.7
Roadside highway turnout with view area
West side of highway
86.7
139.6
View from highway
Driving north
92.9
149.5
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
93.8
151.0
Olympic Correction Centre
East side of highway
95.3
153.4
Access to Washington Cottonwood Rec. Area
West side of highway
96.4
155.2
Washington Olympic National Forest Hoh Rain Forest Campground ( Upper Hoh Road )
Hoh camground, in the Hoh Rainforest along the banks of the Hoh River, WA, has 88 sites. Altitude is 578 feet. Hoh campground operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No hookups, showers, or laundry in the campgrounds. Accessible restrooms and RV dump station are available. Located nearby is the Hoh Visitor Center.
103.7
166.9
Point of Interest
Crossing the Bogachiel River, Washington.
107.9
173.6
City of Forks, Washington
Southern limits Attractions in and around Forks, WA; Quillayute Valley Aquatic Center - Forks Logging & Mill Tour - Cape Flattery Trail - Kit's Llamas - Kloshe Nanitch Lookout - Makah Cultural and Research Center - Adventures Through Kayaking Outfitters - Olympic Raft and Kayak - Rainforest Paddlers - Hoh River Rafting.
108.7
175.0
Forks Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Centre & Forks Timber Museum
East side of highway, Picnic tables. Good spot to stop for information.
109.4
176.0
Access to Tillicum Park

109.4
176.1
Access to campground & R V Park
East side of highway
109.6
176.4
Forks, Washington Olympic National Forest Rec. Area Information
East side of highway
111.5
179.5
Junction of highway # 110
West to community of La Push, Washington. West to Washington Olympic National Forest Pacific Park Campground Mora. Mora campground is located along the Quillayute River, WA. approximately two miles from Rialto Beach, WA. It has 94 sites, plus one walk-in site, and is at an elevation of 32 feet. Mora operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No park campgrounds have hookups, showers, or laundry. Accessible restrooms and RV dump station are available.
112.8
181.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the Sol Duc River, Washington.
118.5
190.7
Access to campground & R V Park
West side of highway
121.8
196.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Sol Duc River, Washington.
122.4
196.9
Point of Interest
Crossing the Sol Duc River, Washington.
122.5
197.1
Junction of highway # 113 & # 112
Community of Sappho, WA. North to communities of Clallam Bay, WA. - Sekiu, WA. - Hoko, WA. - Neah Bay, WA.
122.9
197.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
125.3
201.7
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
130.8
210.5
View from highway
Driving east on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
131.2
211.2
Point of Interest
Crossing the Sol Duc River, Washington.
134.2
215.9
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, paved turnout
135.0
217.2
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, paved turnout
139.8
225.0
Community of Fairholm, Washington

140.3
225.8
Point of Interest
Lake Crescent,Washington north side of highway, on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
142.6
229.5
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway. Day park, picnic tables, toilets
143.0
230.2
View from highway
Driving east, on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
143.4
230.7
Roadside highway turnout with view area
North side of highway
145.3
233.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
145.5
234.1
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
147.0
236.5
Marymere Falls, Washington
South of highway. Marymere falls, WA. is located near Lake Crescent, WA. Olympic National Park. Beginning at the Storm King Ranger Station north side of highway, the trail winds south through old-growth forest to the 9-story falls.
150.2
241.7
Roadside highway turnout with view area
North side of highway, paved turnout
153.7
247.3
Access to community of Snug Harbor, Washington
South side of highway
156.2
251.3
Weigh Station

158.6
255.2
Washington Olympic National Park Elwha Campground & Altaire Campground
South side of highway. Elwha campground is located in the Elwha River valley, WA. and has 40 sites at an elevation of 390 feet. Elwha operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No park campgrounds have hookups, showers, or laundry. Accessible restrooms available. Located along the shore of the Elwha River, the Altaire campground has 30 sites and is at an elevation of 450 feet. Altaire operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No park campgrounds have hookups, showers, or laundry.
159.3
256.4
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
160.5
258.3
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved turnout
161.8
260.3
Junction of highway # 112 ( Strait of Juan de Fuca National Scenic Byway )
West to community of Joyce, Washington. Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway. Find uncommon adventure on a remote stretch of Washington's coast. The highway follows the glacial fjords connecting Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean. Catch truly inspiring images of eagles diving for prey, gray whales feeding in the strait, or sea otters playing in the sun. NOTE: For more information See Washington - Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway - SR 112 Scenic Byway link for driving directions
165.4
266.1
Junction of highway # 117 & #101 Truck Route
South side of highway
165.9
266.9
City of Port Angeles, Washington, PhotoCity of Port Angeles welcome highway sign
West limits.
167.5
269.5
City of Port Angeles, WA. - East First Street / North Lincoln Street
Access to city centre north of highway. Start / Finish of Travel Guide. For continuance of this US highway #101 East & south, see Milebymile.com, U.S. Highway #101 - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Port Angeles, WA. to Olympia, WA. for driving directions.