Port Angeles

Whale Watching
​From Island Adventures

Come see for yourself why Port Angeles is the Olympic Peninsula’s premier whale watching destination.

You have the opportunity to see five different types of whales. Minke, transient orca, resident orca, humpback, and gray whales all frequent the waters surrounding Port Angeles.

Kayaking & Rafting on the Olympic Peninsula
from Cameron Little

Here are a few examples of why Clallam County is considered to be a "must experience"  destination spot for kayak and rafting enthusiast.  

Included is the footage from the first descent of the rapid at the site of the former lower Elwha dam at about 2600 cfs.

Round One of the Underworld Cup

Port Angeles

from Kent Johnson

Before releasing a new bike suspension 

addition to the public, heavy testing is needed, so DVO heads up to Port Angeles, Washington for the Round One of the Underworld Cup.

Camping & Hiking on the Olympic Peninsula

from ET2media 

This show highlights the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Our trip includes a visit to Port Angeles and Sol Duc Hot Springs followed by a hiking excursion in the Elwa Valley.

We also travel to Cape Flattery Neah Bay. Then, we take a scenic byway to Hurricane Ridge where we enjoy an amazing view overlooking Port Angeles and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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Winter Sports 

from GNU PRO

The "Gnu Girls" snowboard team tapped into some magic last March on the Olympic Peninsula. Mervin Manufacturing asked the team come out, build some boards and try to enjoy all the area has to offer in a few days. 

After helping to build their own split-boards, skateboards and surfboards the team had untracked Snow at Hurricane Ridge, top quality Surf, and a fun park to Skate in.. oh, and sunshine too.  

Film by Katelyn Mahoney  10:55 minutes

If you are looking for Outdoor Adventure, there is no place on earth to better find it than on the awesome Olympic Peninsula.

Some of life's best adventures start with a cold beer and a map in hand. In late July, 2014, Katelyn Mahoney and friend Christy headed out to the Olympic National Park to hike the mountains, rainforests, and wilderness coasts of Washington.

Here's what they found along the way...

Buffalo Kisses from


from Caroline Walker Evans

SEQUIM, Wash., March 10 (UPI) -- Visitors to The Olympic Game Farm captured video of a buffalo enthusiastically shoving its face into their car window to feed on scraps of bread.

"Driving through the Olympic Game Farm, feeding the animals and a buffalo gets a little too friendly," Evans wrote in the video's description. Visitors are allowed to feed the animals, provided they only give them whole grain bread.

Steelhead Fly Fishing 

Olympic Peninsula Washington

from Joey Macomber

The rivers and forests of the Olympic Peninsula are a wonderful, mystical place for fly fisherman to explore. They are also home to some of the best fishing experiences in the world.

Highlighted are some beautiful shots from an annual steelhead fly fishing trip to Forks, Washington.

Sprint Boat Racing 

from Roswell Flight Test Crew

Port Angeles Extreme Sports Park re-opens under new ownership summer of 2018! Sprint Boat Racing and Run A Muck 5k events unique to Washington State’s Northern Olympic Peninsula, all within one extreme sports park!

The Roswell Flight Test Crew attended the United States Sprint Boat Association national championship at the Extreme Sports Park.

Prone to Wander: Adventures

in the Pacific Northwest