Outbound Collective logo
  • United States
  • Washington
  • San Juan Island
  • San Juan Island, Washington

    Top Spots in and near San Juan Island

    • Port Renfrew, British Columbia

      Thru-Run the Juan de Fuca Trail

      29.2 mi
      If you have your eye on Vancouver Island as an adventure destination - and we hope that you do - then you likely already know that our Island is not only home to a diverse and unique alpine hiking scene, but that it also offers 3 (+) world-class long distance hiking routes along our coastline. Fr...
      Read more
    • Port Renfrew, British Columbia

      Hike to Mystic Beach

      Head west from Victoria along Highway 14 past Sooke and Jordan River until you see the Juan De Fuca Marine Trail - China Creek trailhead about 5km past Jordan River on the West Coast Road. Ample signage, parking, and outhouses are available here.The trail taking you to Mystic Beach is just one s...
      Read more
    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Mount Storm King

      3.91 mi / 2251 ft gain
      The trailhead is located right next to the Storm King ranger station adjacent to Lake Crescent right off Hwy 101 just past Port Angeles if heading West. It shares the same trail as, and breaks off left from the Marymere Falls trail (also worth seeing) about a quarter mile in (look for signage). ...
      Read more
    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Marymere Falls

      1.93 mi / 531 ft gain
      Marymere Falls (90 ft.) is located in Olympic National Park, near Lake Crescent. The falls can be accessed by a short, well-maintained dirt trail through old-growth lowland forest consisting of fir, cedar, hemlock, and alder trees. The creek descends from Aurora Ridge and tumbles over Marymere Fa...
      Read more
    • Quilcene, Washington

      Mount Townsend

      8.59 mi / 2949 ft gain
      There are four trailheads that guide you to the top of Mount Townsend, but the most popular choice is to begin at the Upper Trailhead Trail #839 (snow permitting).  The trail gradually climbs while traversing through forested area. While walking through the fir and hemlock trees, you pass three ...
      Read more
    • Deming, Washington

      Hike to Racehorse Falls

      Racehorse Creek is broken up into four distinct waterfalls that drop a total of 140ft through a relatively shallow gorge. The first two waterfalls are punchbowl-type falls that have deep holes at their bases. Immediately below the second waterfall, the creek descends rapidly before it arrives at...
      Read more
    • Vancouver, British Columbia

      Explore Wreck Beach

      Located on UBC Vancouver campus, Wreck Beach is the only nude beach in Canada. It is a popular destination for students and the public, and is home to the best sunsets seen in Vancouver.To get to the beach, there is a descent of approximately 500 stairs, so be cautious - going down means having t...
      Read more