so much to do, so little time
There is sooo many things to do.
Olympic NP- most all high hiking trails will be under snow; for hiking, the lower elevation rain forest trails are great. The Hoh is very accessible; shorter and less used is Queets, longer and even less used is Bogachiel. All provide that rainforest experience.
Coast hiking is spectacular. Rialto to Hole-in-the-Wall is popular, but worth it. Third Beach is a very short hike, and the town at theend of the road, La Push, has a salty, blue collar appeal. Any of the above can be combined in just one day.
A longer day would be to go to Neah Bay. I always feel like I am entering a foreign country when I enter the Makah Reservation. At first it appears very poor, but the people who live there give off a tremendous feeling of community. The Makah Museum, while small, is really cool. The hiking is fantastic- take the short walk out to Cape Flattery, then whimper because you are not in a kayak. Spectacular. The hike out and back to ShiShi can be done in one day. There are some logging roads that wind around Bahokus Peak, and if there is clear weather, you can get spectacular views of Tatoosh Island, and across to Vancouver Island. More whimpering, 'cuz you are not in a kayak-although the stretch of water between Tatoosh I. and Cape Flattery can be burly, like this picture-
I don’t know of any places that rent good kayaks, but I think that Adventures Through Kayaking in Port Angeles is a Valley dealer, so there is some hope. There is pleasant paddling all around Port Townsend, but do get tidal current info- the currents can get quite strong, and on the northern part of the point there are several good sized tide rips. Very fun.
If you can rent kayaks (and wheels), and are up for an outstanding but demanding kayak journey, paddle from Port Angeles to Victoria, BC, and take the ferry back!