The Ho River is born on the flanks of Mt. Olympus, the Olympic Peninsula's highest peak and the heart of the Olympic National Park. On its 50-mile journey to the sea, this famous steelhead river passes through the Hoh Rain Forest and the Hoh Indian Reservation. To say that this river and its surroundings are spectacular is an understatement. Not only is thie river gorgeous, it holds a great steelhead and salmon fishery as well. The steelhead fishing on this river is exciting and challenging, and is available year round.