12 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Olympic National Park

The Olympic National Park is a magical place to explore. Between the Olympic Mountains, temperate rainforests, and rocky Pacific coastline, it’s almost like experiencing three different parks all in one. Most people are pretty familiar with some area in the park (like the Hall of Mosses Trail) – but here are some fun facts that you may not have heard before.

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Did you know any of these fun facts about the Olympic National Park? Where’s your favorite place to explore around here?

Sources: Exotic Hikes, The National Park Service, Brown Girls Fly, Soft School