Camp and Explore: Olympic National Park

Lake Mills, Elwha River. Olympic National Park
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A National Park that is overshadowed by others such as Yellowstone and Yosemite, Olympic National Park is a beautiful and diverse park that offers its own beauty that rivals those of others. Besides its gorgeous beauty, shown in this picture of a sunset, it is the site of the US’s biggest dam removal which is part of a plan to restore the ecosystem of Elwha River and its native fish. So go ahead, camp and explore Olympic National Park.

Photo Spot 16: Olympic National Park – Quinault Rainforest « The

Protecting most of the Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park comprises three regions: the Olympic Mountains, Pacific coastline, and temperate rain forest. Located in an area notorious for its wet weather, situated near the coast, …

Publish Date: 03/18/2010 5:45

Family Fun in an Olympic National Park Road Trip

What sets this park apart from the rest is that Olympic National Park is divided into three distinct regions: The rugged Pacific coastline, the Olympic Mountains, and the lush rainforest. Three distinctly different biospheres… one …

Publish Date: 05/29/2010 10:22

Keep on Adventuring- New adventure options near Port Angeles and

Well, there are a number of great places, one of my favorites is the glacially carved Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park where you’ll glide over the deepest blue water in the midst of Mt. Storm King and Pyramid Mtn staring down at …

Publish Date: 06/03/2010 15:49

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