Wunderground® Travel Planner: Port Angeles, WA
|Weather Observed||Recorded Days (of 6 total)|
|Cloudy||3 days (50%)|
|Sunny||2 days (33%)|
|Rain||1 days (17%)|
|Fog||1 days (17%)|
|Partly Cloudy||1 days (17%)|
Of 6 days between 1996 and 2018, Cloudy was the most frequent condition. Additionally, 1 days were recorded with precipitation.
Note: As multiple conditions can be recorded during one day, the weather observed may total more than 6.
We are confident that the weather will be Cool.
Gold Mountain Golf Complex
(7263 W. Belfair Valley Rd., Bremerton, 98312. Tel. 206/415-5432. www.goldmt.com). Gold Mountain has two 18-hole courses, but most people make the trek to Bremerton to play the Olympic Course, a beautiful and challenging par 72 that is widely considered the best public course in Washington. The older, less-sculpted Cascade Course is also popular; it's better suited to those new to the game. There are four putting greens, a driving range, and a striking new clubhouse with views of the Belfair Valley. Prime-time greens fees are $27-$36 for the Cascade and $38-$49 for the Olympic. Carts are $32. You can drive all the way to Bremerton via I-5, or you can take the car ferry to Bremerton from Pier 52. The trip will take roughly an hour and a half no matter which way you do it, but the ferry ride (60 minutes) might be a more pleasant way to spend a large part of the journey. Note, however, that the earliest departure time for the ferry is 6 am, so this option won't work for very early tee times.
Golf Club at Newcastle
(15500 Six Penny La., Newcastle, 98059. Tel. 425/793-5566. www.newcastlegolf.com). Probably the best option on the Eastside, this golf complex, which includes a pair of courses and an 18-hole putting green, has views, views, and more views. From the hilly greens you'll see Seattle, the Olympic Mountains, and Lake Washington. The 7,000-yard, par-72 Coal Creek course is the more challenging of the two, though the China Creek course has its challenges and more sections of undisturbed natural areas. This is the Seattle area's most expensive golf club—greens fees for Coal Creek range from $125 to $160 depending on the season; fees for China Creek range from $80 to $110. Newcastle is about 35 minutes from Downtown—if you don't hit traffic.
Harbour Pointe Golf Club
(11817 Harbour Pointe Blvd., Mukilteo, 98275. Tel. 425/355-6060. www.harbourpointegolf.com). Harbour Pointe is about 35 minutes north of Seattle in the town of Mukilteo. Its challenging 18-hole championship layout—with 6,800 yards of hilly terrain and wonderful Puget Sound views—is one of Washington's best. Greens fees range from $20 for twilight play to $49 for prime time on weekends. Carts cost $14 per person. There's also a driving range where you can get 65 balls for $5. Reserve your tee time online, up to 21 days in advance. Inquire about early-bird, twilight, off-season, and junior discounts.
Interbay Family Golf Center
(2501 15th Ave. W, Magnolia, 98119. Tel. 206/285-2200. www.seattlegolf.com). Interbay has a wildly popular driving range ($7 for 68 balls, $9 for 102, $12 for 153), a 9-hole executive course ($15 on weekends, $13 on weekdays), and a miniature golf course ($7). The range and miniature golf course are open daily 7 am-11 pm March-October and 7 am-9 pm November-February; the executive course is open dawn to dusk year-round. Located within a 10-minute drive from Downtown, this is the city's most convenient course.
(4101 Beacon Ave. S, Beacon Hill, 98108. Tel. 206/762-4513. www.seattlegolf.com). This golf complex—where the PGA Tour pro Fred Couples grew up golfing— has views of the city skylineand
Mt. Rainier. The par-27, 9-hole course has a lighted driving range with heated stalls that's open from dusk until midnight. And the 18-hole, par-72 main course is one of the city's best. Greens fees are $35 on weekends and $30 on weekdays for the 18-hole course; you can play the 9-hole course for $8.50 daily. Carts are $26 and $17, and $2 buys you a bucket of 30 balls at the driving range. You can book tee times online up to 10 days in advance or by phone up to 7 days in advance.
West Seattle Golf Course
(4470 35th Ave. SW, West Seattle, 98126. Tel. 206/935-5187. www.seattlegolf.com). This 18-hole course has a reputation for being tough but fair—and for offering up some excellent views of Downtown Seattle. Greens fees are $30 on weekdays, $35 on weekends. It's $26 for a cart. The front 9 will challenge you, while the back 9 will reward you with views of Elliott Bay and the skyline.
Willows Run Golf Course
(10402 Willows Rd. NE, Redmond, 98052. Tel. 425/883-1200. www.willowsrun.com). Willows has it all: two 18-hole, links-style courses; a 9-hole, par-27 course; and a lighted, 18-hole putting course that's open until 11 pm. Thanks to an improved drainage system, Willows plays reasonably dry even in typically moist Seattle-area weather. Greens fees for 9 holes are $11 Monday through Thursday, $13 Friday through Sunday; fees for 18 holes are $42 or $55. Carts cost $10 per rider. There are also two pro shops and a driving range (75 balls cost $7; 35 balls cost $4).
1999 Country Club Way
Victoria, BC V9B 6R3
A mountainside, Nicklaus-designed golf course (the only one of its kind in Canada) is the centerpiece of this massive resort community about 30 minutes northwest of the city center. Two hotel buildings, several restaurants, a spa, and an extensive health club with both women's and co-ed gyms form the core of the ski resort-style village. Rooms and suites in the Clubhouse and Fairway buildings are large, with slate bathroom floors, soft-green-and-gray earth tones, double-headed showers, large shared balconies, and a kitchen; most have deep soaker tubs and some have fireplaces. The Clubhouse houses a restaurant, bar, and a big masculine slate-and-leather lobby; the Fairways building has guest rooms only, with an intimate lobby. Pros:
Great golf, spa, and health club.Cons:
A car is essential, construction is meant to be completed by July 2008 but delays are possible. www.bearmountain.ca. 78 rooms, 78 suites. In-room: safe, kitchen (some), Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bar, golf course, pool, gym, spa, laundry facilities, business center, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.
1000 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
Chic and cosmopolitan, Hotel 1000 is luxe and decidedly art-forward and modern—the centerpiece of the small lobby is a dramatically lighted glass staircase and original artwork by Pacific Northwest artist J.P. Canlis. Studio 1000, the small sitting room off the lobby, pairs an elegant fire pit with mid-century modern swiveling leather chairs. The designers wanted the hotel to have a distinctly Pacific Northwest feel, and they've succeeded without being campy. The whole hotel is done in dark woods and deep earth tones with an occasional blue accent. Rooms are full of surprising touches, including large tubs that fill from the ceiling. Hotel 1000 is without a doubt the most high-tech hotel in the city: Your phone will do everything from check the weather and airline schedules to give you restaurant suggestions; MP3 players and iPod docking stations are standard amenities. If you ever get tired of fiddling with the gadgets in your room, there's a state-of-the-art virtual golf club. Pros:
lots of high-tech perks; guests feel pampered; hotel is hip without being alienating.Cons:
rooms can be dark; rooms without views look out on a cement wall; restaurant can be overpriced. www.hotel1000seattle.com. 101 rooms, 19 suites. In-room: safe, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, gym, spa, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.
3112 Harborview Dr.
Gig Harbor, WA
On a hill across from Jersich Park and the docks, this boutique hotel combines class and comfort with water views. Individually decorated and themed rooms include the Captain's Room, the Canterwood Golf Room, and the Victorian Room. All have fireplaces, and several have decks. Cottages along the back of the hill afford privacy and quiet; streetside rooms are noisy but have excellent views. Pros:
Right on the waterfront street.Cons:
front rooms absorb traffic noise. www.maritimeinn.com. 15 rooms. In-room: Internet. Credit cards accepted.
6501 Railroad Ave. SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
The stunning, chalet-style lodge sits right over Snoqualmie Falls. Eight rooms have gorgeous views of the cascades, while others have a river panorama. All the luxurious quarters have featherbeds, fireplaces, whirlpool baths, terry robes, and window seats or balconies. The world-famous spa offers relaxing and purifying treatments after a day of kayaking, golfing, or hiking. The elegant Dining Room restaurant serves such eclectic delicacies as wild Scottish partridge, herb-crusted John Dory fillet, and potato-wrapped elk loin; weekend brunches are elaborate. In the cozy and more casual Attic bistro, you can still sample fine Northwest wines and views of the falls beneath the eaves. Note that if you pay an extra $15 nightly resort fee, you'll have such privileges as valet service, 24-hour Wi-Fi, and unlimited access to the soaking pool, sauna, and fitness facilities. www.salishlodge.com. 81 rooms, 4 suites. In-room: Wi-Fi (some). In-hotel: restaurants, bar, gym, spa. Credit cards accepted.
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|Record||56 °F (1963)||14 °F (1979)|
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