Olympic National Park

Mountains in Olympic National Park

Painting the Picture

Olympic National Park is a must see while visiting Seattle. Its beauty encompasses 373,383 acres of land. Located West of Seattle on the Olympic Peninsula, it is made up of waterfalls, natural lakes, rainforests, mountains, beaches, and wildlife galore. There are 56 mammal specials in total, 300 species of birds, 22 endangered species, including the bald eagle and the spotted owl. The land has not been touched, which will keep you in awe of the natural beauty that surrounds you at all times.


You can go on day hikes through the 611 miles of trails, or you can be extremely adventurous, throw on a pack and get lost for days, even weeks through some of the most wondrous terrain in North America.