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Olympic National Park

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What people say

"A combination of beach, snow covered peaks, rainforests and crystal lakes. There is a lot that this national park has to offer. You can either drive all the way over or take the ferry to Bainbridge. Hurricane ridge is one of the most iconic hikes here and Crescent lake is another stop you must make. For more recommendations look into all trails and WTA's websites."
"Olympic National Park is located on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington, USA. It was designated as a national park in 1938 and is renowned for its diverse ecosystems, stunning landscapes, and unique features. The park covers nearly one million acres, offering a rich tapestry of environments ranging from lush rainforests to rugged mountain peaks."
"The park sprawls across several different ecosystems, from the dramatic peaks of the Olympic Mountains to old-growth forests."

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