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Olympic National Park

Situated on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, this park offers a variety of ecosystems from its Pacific coastline to mountain ranges and temperate rainforests. The park is famous for its tide pools, old-growth forests, and alpine regions.

Top Feature: Hoh Rainforest

Fun Fact

The park spans three distinct ecosystems: glacier-capped mountains, over 70 miles of wild coastline, and temperate rainforest.

  1. The park's weather can be unpredictable, with heavy rainfall common in the rainforest regions, so visitors should come prepared with rain gear and layers.

  2. Roads do not circle the park, requiring backtracking or long detours.

  3. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the park's pristine coastline, with its rugged sea stacks, tide pools, and stunning ocean views. Tide tables are essential for coastal hikes.

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