The North Hood Canal is a great place to scuba dive, some of our prettiest natural wonders lay beneath the waves. Glaciers and healthy snowpack from the Olympic Mountains feed the Duckabush, Dosewallips and Big and Little Quilcene rivers.
This cold, pure, glacial water blends with rainwater and the salt water of Hood Canal, creating a perfect mix for abundant sealife including giant Pacific octopus, wolf eels, rockfish, plumose anemones, oysters, clams, crabs, cod, salmon, shrimp, squid, scallops and much more.
Our place is well known among divers for its gentle currents and curious rock formations. Travelers throughout the world come for the chance to dive here.
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