The Olympic National Park offer a combination of coastal, forest and mountain ecosystem.
The park offers protection to the old-growth rain forest, glacier-capped mountain, hot springs, and a rugged pacific coastline stretching over 70 miles. Being the home of vast wilderness, the United Nation has designated this million acres’ park as a World Heritage Site. It has also recognized the park as an International Biosphere Reserve.
Olympic National Park provides a great outdoor adventure, cultural experience and serene, natural splendor to people of different ages, color, and nationalities. A trip to the park will let you connect with diverse environments. There is everything imaginable: the waterfalls, reflection lakes, mountain vistas, wildflowers, wildlife, birds, amphibians, tide pool critters or edible biology. The park has a wide variety of comfortable lodges spanning across the Peninsular. They provide convenient accommodations for easier road trip connection.
Each year, millions of people across the world visit this park to sample its beauty and diversity as well as explore its recreational and adventurous opportunities. The best time to visit the park is summer from June through September. For an awesome trip, it is worth planning earlier than this. Your tour guide, who understand the park, will give you a sneak preview of what to expect from the park. You will have a clear picture of the incredible biodiversity on the park and anything else you need to know including permits and planning.
This spectacular park offers a great opportunity to do mountain hikes, fishing, skiing, tide pooling, biking, and wildlife view. In fact, the list of interesting activities to do while you are the park are endless. There are a lot of other activities like camping, boat tour, poolside massages, bird watching, snow shoeing, shopping, etc.