Olympic National Park covers over a million acres of Washington State in North Western America. West of Seattle and South of Vancouver the Park is dominated by Mount Olympus. The park covers three important ecosystems: sub-alpine forest, temperate forest and a rugged Pacific coastline. This is the wettest place on continental USA. The rain-gauge here measures in feet rather than inches or centimetres – with a typical average of 12 feet! We were fortunate to stay at Neah Bay on the Makah Native Indian Reservation.
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