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130 - The Hoh Rain Forest, Washington
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Photograph America Newsletter on The Hoh Rain Forest, Washington
 
Unlike any forest I’ve ever seen, the Hoh Rain Forest is dense with ancient conifers covered with beards of hanging moss surrounded by ferns and dense undergrowth. Photographers visiting the Olympic National Park must add this remote forest fantasy to their itineraries to capture the dripping landscapes, glacier-fed rivers and waterfalls. The Hoh Rain Forest is in the northwestern corner of Washington State and, along with Chile and New Zealand, is one of the world’s three temperate rain forests. The most easily accessible rain forest trail in Washington’s Olympic National Park is in the Hoh Rain Forest, reached by a paved road on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula. This spectacular rain forest is easy to explore on three well-maintained trails that loop through the heart of the forest.
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Unlike any forest I’ve ever seen, the Hoh Rain Forest is dense with ancient conifers covered with beards of hanging moss surrounded by ferns and dense undergrowth. Photographers visiting the Olympic National Park must add this remote forest fantasy to their itineraries to capture the dripping landscapes, glacier-fed rivers and waterfalls.
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Locations
  • Enchanted Valley
  • Forks, Washington
  • Hall of Mosses Trail
  • Hoh River Trail
  • Lake Quinault
  • La Push
  • Mineral Creek
  • Olympic National Park
  • Quinault Trail
  • Rialto Beach
  • Ruby Beach
  • Second Beach
  • Spruce Trail
  • Valley of Ten Thousand Waterfalls