Destination & Travel

Exploring Olympic National with GMC

November 4, 2021

Let's take a trip down to the Olympic National Park on the coast of the Pacific Northwest!! I went on an impromptu trip Port Angeles in the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. I jumped in the GMC Sierra Denali for the 16 hour road trip. I would travel from Calgary through the Crowsnest Pass where I would cross at Bonners Ferry, through Spokane and over to the coast. 

The landscape of the Pacific Northwest is absolutely stunning . The colours and tones of the PNW are so warm and moody. As you near Port Angeles you are welcomed with the small of the ocean and the crispness of the pacific air.  



Second Beach is often considered to be the best beach in Olympic National Park and for good reason. A short 0.7 mile hike through the forest leads you to one of the most scenic displays the Pacific Coast has to offer. Towering sea stacks decorate the shoreline and an endless smooth, sandy beach awaits exploration. Second Beach is known for its iconic sunsets, which seasonally peaks through a hole in its most famous sea stack. Capture your own postcard image of one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Pacific Northwest.


The Sol Duc Valley is one of the most multi-faceted destinations within Olympic National Park. The Sol Duc offers a wide variety of day-hikes, the most popular being the 0.8 mile one-way trail to Sol Duc Falls. It is also the starting trailhead for the Seven Lakes Basin Loop,



The available Rear Camera Mirror allows you to use either a traditional inside mirror or rear-view camera mirror display that provides a wide, less obstructed field of view to check for traffic.


Multi Pro steps  give the powerful support for anyone to hop into this pick up.


Available Adaptive Cruise Control can automatically maintain a driver-selected gap time from the detected vehicle you’re following while you steer. This feature reduces the need to frequently brake and accelerate when you’re driving.


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