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Revel in a natural paradise at Olympic National Park | Prime Living



Last updated 7/6/2021 at 1:23pm

Photo courtesy of Debbie Stone

Dramatic sea stacks, known as "ghosts of former islands," are part of the dramatic views offered at Ruby Beach, part of Olympic National Park.

Diversity takes center stage at Olympic National Park. Often referred to as "three parks in one," this wonderland boasts three different ecosystems: rugged, glacier-capped peaks, old-growth and temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild Pacific coastline. Much of the park's interior is accessible only by trail, but there are several scenic drives that lead to various key destinations.

At the southwest end of the park is the Quinault Valley, known as the "Valley of the Giants." It's home to the largest Sitka Spruce tree in the world. Within the valley is the Quinault Rain Forest, whic...

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