Peninsula’s ONLY fall-winter visitors guide debuts today!

The Peninsula Daily News presents the 84-page North Olympic Peninsula Newcomers” and Visitors’ Guide for fall/winter.

It’s a handy and concise magazine chock full of great information about the Pacific Northwest’s most fascinating “off season” destination — whether you’re looking for snow sports at Hurricane Ridge, beachcombing along the Pacific Ocean and Strait of Juan de Fuca, shopping, dining and lodging in Port Townsend, Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks or Victoria, or simply spending a day trip enjoying the surprisingly mild weather courtesy of the Olympic Mountains’ rain shadow. It’s all here on the North Olympic Peninsula!

Accommodations are plentiful, the beauty is vast and the vacation values are at your fingertips in the fall/winter Newcomers’ and Visitors’ Guide.

You can obtain the Guide in today’s editions of the Peninsula Daily News, available throughout Clallam and Jefferson counties.

After today, the Guide will be available free of charge at numerous restaurants, lodges, public facilities and other visitor locations throughout the North Olympic Peninsula.

If you’re logging on from outside the Peninsula, you can soon see the fall/winter Guide via Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking onto “Guide” at www.peninsuladailynews.com.

Come visit the North Olympic Peninsula this fall and winter, and let the latest edition of the PDN’s Newcomers’ and Visitors’ magazine be your Guide!

— Rex Wilson, executive editor, Peninsula Daily News

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