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Olympic National Park, Washington 


The few remaining unlogged temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest are magical.  Receiving more than 10 feet of rain each year, life thrives here.  Ferns and moss cloak the forest floor while ancient evergreens dominate the skyline.  Fall timbers from years past provide critical nutrients for new growth and nurture the continued richness of the old growth treasure.


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Rainforest Cascades