The temperate rain forests in Olympic National Park in Washington are incredibly green and lush. From the visually amazing Hall of Mosses in Hoh Rain Forest to the centuries old rain forests bordering Lake Quinault, here's what to see with one weekend in the area.
Old Big Leaf Maple Trees Moss and really-big-tree enthusiasts love Olympic. This photograph was taken at the Fairholm camping grounds. Visit the Hoh and Quinault Rain Forests for more giant trees and moss-covered canopies.
The Hall of Mosses Trail is a famous hiking trail in Olympic National Park. It is located in the Hoh Rain Forest on the Olympic Peninsula in the west of Washington state, USA. It is a mile loop trail with elevation gain.