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009 - Rain Forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington (Print with color photos)
Photograph America Newsletter on Rain Forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
 
Winters in the Pacific Northwest are very wet and rainy. This is a great summer destination. Starting from Seattle, this newsletter describes all the best places for nature photography around the Olympic Peninsula. When you visit the Olympic rain forest, you will experience the ultimate forest primeval, the luxuriant woodland in a setting of ancient tranquility. From the high country along Hurricane Ridge, to Cape Flattery and the remote Hoh River Valley, all the best trails to waterfalls and hidden beaches are listed. Photograph the world's largest Sitka spruce, Western hemlock, Douglas fir, and Western red cedar, all in the Hoh, Queets, and Quinault river valleys. Most of these ancient trees were growing here a hundred years before Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World. Photograph spawning salmon in the Soleduck River and walk the wooden boardwalk from LaPush to Second Beach to photograph seastacks on remote beaches. Photograph Crescent Lake and Lake Quinault where you'll find the trailhead into the "Valley of Ten Thousand Waterfalls."
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - September 2009
/ with color photos
Starting from Seattle, this newsletter describes all the best places for nature photography around the Olympic Peninsula. From the high country along Hurricane Ridge, to Cape Flattery and the remote Hoh River Valley with moss hanging from ancient red cedars, all the best trails to waterfalls and hidden beaches are listed.
Plus shipping and handling $1.25.
Locations
  • Badger Valley
  • Cape Flattery
  • Cirque Rim Loop Trail
  • Elwha Valley
  • Enchanted Valley
  • First Beach
  • Graves Creek
  • Hall of Moses Trail
  • High Ridge Loop Trail
  • Hoh Rain Forest
  • Hurricane Hill
  • La Push
  • Lake Crescent
  • Lake Mills
  • Lake Quinault
  • Marymere Falls
  • Mount Olympus
  • Neah Bay
  • Obstruction Peak
  • Ozette Lake
  • Point of the Arches
  • Ruby Beach
  • Second Beach
  • Sekiu
  • Sequim
  • Shi-Shi Beach
  • Soleduck
  • South Beach
  • Third Beach
  • Wolf Creek Falls