Your Olympic National Park Elopement in Washington
Looking to hav an Olympic National Park Elopement in Washington? If you dream of saying your vows on top of a mountain, this Washington hiking elopement is for you. You’ll enjoy sweeping mountain vista views, then follow it up to a sunset hike where you’ll be able to see the ocean from the top. Make your experience personal with a picnic or champagne toast at the top!
Elopement location: Port Angeles, Washington, United States
Elopement length: 4 hours
Meeting point: Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center
Participants: 15 guests can join apart from the couple
Children can come if they are capable of hiking a few miles. Dogs are not allowed.
Experience: Hike, Ceremony on mountaintop, Sunset photos
Sightseeing: Olympic National Park
Climate: Alpine or mountain climate: Usually four seasons, with cold winters and mild summers.
Available: July, August, September,
Activity level: Moderate – Few hours hike or walk.
Meet your Olympic National Park Elopement Photographer
Hi, I am Amy.
I am a Washington elopement photographer in Port Angeles. I have been photographing weddings and elopements in the Pacific Northwest and Jackson Hole since 2010. An adventurous soul through-and-through, you can frequently find me chasing powder on my snowboard, trekking deep into the mountains with a backpack full of camping gear, or paddling out into the surf of the rugged Washington coast with my little family.I’m lucky that photography has given me the opportunity to witness one of life’s greatest adventures with so many couples. Through the lens I’ve shared tears of joy, moments of glee, and incredible heartfelt connections. It would be my greatest honor to tell your story and embark with you on your Olympic National Park elopement in Washington.
Olympic National Park Elopement - Itinerary
5:30pm – Meet at Visitor Center, start of photographic coverage of your Olympic National Park elopement. Take photos with flowers and in forest areas
6:15pm – Drive to trailhead
6:25pm – Begin 1.7 mile hike
7:25pm – Elopement ceremony and champagne toast at the top of the hike, take photos at sunset
8:45pm – Hike back down, taking photos along the way
9:30pm – Arrive back at parking lot, end of photographic coverage of your Olympic National Park elopement in Washington
Olympic National Park Elopement - Comments
We can reschedule your Olympic National Park elopement in Washington if availability allows when there is heavy rain or wind. Or we can choose another forested location within another area of the park.
If guests are included, you may rent a picnic area with great views for privacy and more space.
Comment on legal marriage:
It is possible, although you will need an officiant and two witnesses, along with a wedding license.
Comment on LGBTQ We are LGBTQ-friendly!
Your Olympic National Park Elopement in Washington includes
Guidance from meeting point and along the hike during your Olympic National Park elopement
Adventure wedding guide and packing list for your elopement in Washington
Unlimited communication leading up until the wedding day
Timeline creation and location list with backup ideas
4 hours of photography during your Olympic National Park elopement
High-resolution digital files with personal print release (minimum 200 photos) within 6 weeks of your elopement in Washington
Preview photos available within 48 hours
Online viewing and ordering gallery
Customized wooden box with 125 5×7 prints
Your Olympic National Park Elopement does not include
Travel insurance covering hiking activities during your elopement in Washington
Park fees for your Olympic National Park elopement
Your Olympic National Park Elopement in Washington - Packlist
A personalized list will be sent out after booking your Olympic National Park elopement in Washington, but basic hiking gear might include:
Layers – including something you can wear on top of your wedding dress
Hiking shoes or boots
First aid kit
Headlamp or flashlight for when we hike down (it will be dark/getting dark)
Backpack to hold food, snacks and equipment
Toilet paper, ziplock to pack out waste
Olympic National Park Elopement - Tipps & Infos
The trail begins on top of a steep and curvy, but paved, road, into Olympic National Park. You’ll need to purchase a park pass at the booth upon entering if you do not have one.
You’ll also need a special use permit to get married in Olympic National Park if your group is over five people (including photographer). Please check the website for current requirements. We can assist with this if needed after booking your elopement in Washington with us.
You’ll need to have a headlamp or flashlight for the hike down from your Olympic National Park elopement, and be comfortable driving mountain roads and hiking at night.
Olympic National Park Elopement - Addons
Guests (up until 15 persons) can join your Olympic National Park elopement in Washington at no extra charge (park fees do apply)
Accommodation Scouting Service – 200 USD
Additional Photography – 600 USD/hour
Large Photobook – 12×12 album with 20 pages, bookcloth or faux leather cover – 1500 USD
Small Photobook – 8×8 album with 20 pages, bookcloth or faux leather cover – 1000 USD