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  • Hall of Moss Trail

    Hall of Moss Trail
    Hall of Moss Trail is one of the most famous hiking trails in Olympic National Park. The trail is situated in the Hoh Rain forest. Hoh forest is the most spectacular place which is worthwhile visiting. Trees there may be more than 1000 years old, and every tree is covered with its own plant life.
    Hall of Moss Trail
  • Ruby Beach

    Ruby Beach
    There are numerous beaches that can be visited, most are simply numbered. Ruby beach is one exception, which also happens to be very hard to get to. This makes Ruby beach one of many ideal locations to visit if you are seeking solitude while you enjoy nature.
    Ruby Beach
  • Hiking

    Hiking
    The Olympic National Park has a very extensive trail system, both through the interior and along the coast. Much of the interior and the coast is wilderness and can only be seen from the trails.
    Hiking
  • Lake Crescent

    Lake Crescent
    Lake Crescent is a deep lake located entirely within Olympic National Park, which official maximum depth is 624 feet (190 m). Lake Crescent is known for its brilliant blue waters and exceptional clarity, caused by a lack of nitrogen in the water which inhibits the growth of algae.
    Lake Crescent
  • Hurricane Ridge

    Hurricane Ridge
    Hurricane Ridge is a mountainous area in Park and it’s open to hiking, skiing, and snowboarding. Spectacular views of the Olympic National Park can be seen from the Hurricane Ridge viewpoint. The road leading west from the Hurricane Ridge visitor center is dotted with picnic areas and trail heads.
    Hurricane Ridge
  • Wildlife Watching

    Wildlife Watching
    The three different ecosystems found in Washington's Olympic National Park create a beautiful and varied habitat for a number of wildlife species. Rugged mountain ranges, rain forests and the Pacific shoreline allow park visitors to see deer, cougars, bears, raccoons, mink, dolphins, whales and sea lions.
    Wildlife Watching
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