|Tribe - Hoh
Our people live at the mouth of the Hoh River, surrounded by the spectacularly beautiful Olympic National Forest. Our village was accessible only on foot or by canoe until the mid-1950s when a logging road was constructed, linking villagers to Highway 101. Elders continued to hunt seals by canoe until recent years, and in the late 1980s, younger tribal members brought their oldest canoe to join the other canoe Tribes for annual journeys and celebrations of Northwest Coast culture.
Visit our tribal center where tribal artists sell their work.