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Olympic National Park

Over 12 feet of rain every single year makes Olympic National Park (Hoh Rainforest, Quinault Rainforest) the wettest area in the continental United States. Visitors liken it to strolling through an enchanted forest from a fairy tale.

Elsewhere in the park are spectacular vistas (Hurricane Ridge), crystal clear lakes (Lake Crescent), beaches brimming with wildlife (Kalaloch Beach), and trails winding through dense forests of Douglas Firs (Staircase).

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