The 4+ Foolhardy Folks put on a 3 day NW Hiking Weekend in July each year. This year, it was in The Olympic Peninsula (in Washington). July 16 - 18, 2010.
The Shi-Shi Beach/Cape Flattery Walk (Neah Bay on Makah Tribe land) - had you walk on mostly flat nature trails through the woods (2 miles) to the Shi-Shi beach, where you walked from one set of large rocks, to the "point of the Arches" rock formation and back (then return on wooded trail back to car). Then there was the trails/board walk trail to see Cape Flattery on Tatoosh Island.
The Sol Duc Falls/Deer Lake Walk (Sol Duc Falls National Park) - Walk up Sol Duc Falls trail (passing the Sol Duc Falls) through lush forest to Deer Lake and then back down the trail. Elevation gain 1,600 feet.
Cape Alava Walk (Lake Ozette National Park) - Plan walk for low tide at beach (or walk on trail to the beach and back for less distance). Walk on Sand Point trail to the beach, then walk on pebble beach (crossing sea weed, large rocks and around fallen trees) till you reach Cape Alava trail (mostly planks trail with some natural surface in between).
Hoh River Trail Walk (Hoh River National Park near Forks,Wa) - Walk the Spruce Natural Trail loop (see informational signs about the areas history and other wonders) through lush trees/ferns and along the river. Then walk on the Hoh River Trail that weaves in and out of the forest, giving lots of different views of the river; till you reach a beautiful waterfall (and sign for Mt Tom Creek) to turn back around to start.