9 Olympic National Park Wonders You Won’t Believe Real


This web story explores 9 incredible wonders of Olympic National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcasing its diverse and stunning natural beauty.

This beach is famous for its reddish sand, driftwood logs, and sea stacks that create a dramatic scenery. 

Ruby Beach


This is one of the largest temperate rainforests in the world, with towering trees, lush ferns, and mosses.

Hoh Rain Forest


This is the best place to enjoy panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Hurricane Ridge


This is a deep and clear lake that was formed by glaciers. You can relax on its shores, swim, kayak, or fish here.

Lake Crescent


This is a spectacular waterfall that splits into three streams as it plunges into a canyon.

Sol Duc Falls


This is a remote and pristine beach that is part of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

Shi Shi Beach


This is a 9.4-mile loop trail that takes you through the coastal forest, along the boardwalks, and to the beach.

Ozette Triangle Trail


This is one of the most challenging and rewarding hikes in the park, as it takes you to the summit of a 5,944-foot peak.

Mount Ellinor


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This is a scenic lake that is surrounded by the Quinault Rain Forest, which is home to some of the largest trees in the world.

Lake Quinault


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