If you’re looking for an Olympic map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 31 free Olympic National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) This page has detail maps for every visitor destination in the park, as well as a couple general overview maps. You can also browse the best-selling Olympic maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Olympic map from the park brochures
This is the main Olympic National Park map showing roads, trails, campgrounds, rivers, peaks, and visitor services. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2 mb) or download the PDF (26!! mb).
This Olympic regional map (200 kb) shows the surrounding roads and communities and can help you plan your trip logistics (driving directions, lodging, etc.) as you arrive from Seattle or another major town.
Olympic trail and detail maps
The Olympic wilderness is huge, so if you’re doing overnight backpacking you’ll need something more detailed than the free maps posted below. The National Geographic Trails Illustrated map covers most of the park in much more detail than you’ll find in the free ones. Even better are the Custom Correct maps, but they are so detailed they only cover small areas, so you may need a few to cover your exact backcountry route.
This is a detail map of the Hurricane Ridge area (200 kb) south of Port Angeles – one of the most popular destinations in Olympic National Park for its amazing views of Mount Olympus and other mountain peaks.
Here is a Hurricane Ridge winter map (800 kb), showing the ski and snowshoe trails, downhill ski area, and winter road closures. It also includes topo lines so you can get a sense for elevation gain on the trails.
This map of the Lake Crescent area (70 kb) shows the points of interest in the northern part of Olympic National Park where US 101 parallels Lake Crescent: picnic areas, hiking trails, camping, and so on.
The Sol Duc area map (90 kb) is in the northwest part of Olympic National Park. This map shows the Sol Duc Road (leading to the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort) and trails and points of interest along the way.
This is the inset map of Sol Duc (70 kb) labeled as”see area detail on back” in the previous map. It shows Sol Duc Falls, the resort, Eagle Ranger Station, and trails leading to Sol Duc Park, Deer Lake, and more.
This is a detail map of the Kalaloch area (50 kb), showing beach and ocean access (including Ruby Beach) where US 101 parallels the coast in Olympic National Park. See the map below for detail around the lodge.
This map shows the Mora area (70 kb), including Rialto Beach, La Push, and the various resorts, roads, and trails on this section of Pacific coast a bit further north than Kalaloch in Olympic National Park.
This is a detail map of the Ozette area (50 kb) on the Olympic coast. It shows Ozette Lake, Ozette Ranger Station, and the trails, roads, and points of interest nearby such as Cape Alava and Sand Point.
Olympic lodging map
For visits to Olympic, a lot of people stay in Port Angeles; to the right you’ll find a Hotels.com interactive lodging map centered there. Port Angeles is quite convenient for visiting Hurricane Ridge and other locations in the northern part of Olympic. But if you’re more interested in visiting the Hoh Rain Forest and the coastal scenery, you might instead want to look at best-rated lodging in Forks or Kalaloch.
Olympic wilderness map
This is an Olympic wilderness map showing trails and wilderness campsites in the backcountry. Click the image to view a full size JPG (3 mb) or download the PDF (1.3 mb).
Various Olympic maps
Here’s an Olympic fire history map (1.1 mb), showing the location and size of fires in recent human history. Note how most are on the east side of the park, which receives much less rain than the west side.
Olympic map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Olympic map posters and other products are available at the Olympic Maps store. For prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
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