Olympic National Park’s Best Photo Spots

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Olympic National Park in Washington has a fascinating history. The region was originally inhabited by indigenous peoples who cherished its natural beauty. In the late 19th century, conservationists recognized the importance of the dense forests and established the Olympic Forest Reserve. President Theodore Roosevelt later designated the Mount Olympus National Monument, which eventually expanded to become Olympic National Park in 1938. Today, the park covers nearly one million acres and features diverse ecosystems, including temperate rainforests, coastlines, and mountains.

Marymere Falls

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Hoh Rainforest

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Hall of Mosses

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World's Largest Sitka Spruce

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Wynoochee Falls

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Merriman Falls Trailhead

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Vance Creek Bridge

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Lake Crescent

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Lake Quinault

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Kloshe Nanitch Lookout

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Salmon Cascades

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Sol Duc Falls

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The City of Forks Sign

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Forever Twilight in Forks Collection

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