The Melt | Chala'at Nation, There And Back Again

Watch the story of Alex Rupp and Brian Zigulich’s journey through the Olympic Mountains, following the spring water migration of the Hoh River from Mount Olympus to the Pacific Ocean.

Harvest Project Storymap

We are excited to share important details regarding several upcoming projects that aim to enhance the safety and sustainability of our community.
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Tsunami Evacuation Walk Times

When it comes to an emergency, it always pays to be prepared. Learn the evacuation routes for you and your family today.

Financial Relief Now Available

The Hoh Indian Tribe is pleased to announce that financial relief aid has been made available to the enrolled members of the Nation under the United States Department of Treasury’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) with the intention to alleviate the financial burden caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chalá·at: People of the Hoh River

We are the Hoh, a Native American tribe in western Washington state. Our tribe lives on the Pacific Coast of the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. We formally moved onto the Hoh Indian Reservation at the mouth of the Hoh River after the signing of the Quinault Treaty on July 1, 1855.

Our vision is to ensure our future as a strong, sovereign nation by continuing to preserve and instill our inherent cultural and spiritual traditions and values.

We will continue to protect and enhance our natural resources by exercising our Treaty Rights. We will achieve this through effective governance and stewardship, recognizing the need to provide for the health, education, and welfare of our people.