Olympic National Park

Established in 1938 Olympic National Park located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington is home to four distinct regions: The Pacific coastline, alpine areas in the Olympic Mountains, temperate rainforest and drier east side in the rain shadow of the mountains.  From glaciated peaks to some of the largest old growth forest found in the US, Olympic is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.  The park is a favorite spot for visitors to enjoy hiking, mountaineering, fishing, wildlife viewing and for those who want to take a walk through a cathedral of moss-covered trees or a walk along the unspoiled beaches of the Pacific shoreline.  To learn more about the park and Leave No Trace please visit www.nationalparks.org