The Hood Canal is a natural glacier-carved fjord more than 60 miles long. It forms the westernmost waterway and margin of the Puget Sound basin and is showcased by the majestic Olympic Mountains.
The pristine water has a wide variety of marine creatures including salmon, crab and oysters.
Even people who live in the Seattle area are stunned by the natural beauty of this region. We’d love to tell you more about the fascinating ecology, the interesting animal life that surrounds us, and show you why we love it so much.
We know you will too.
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