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We spent the whole day travelling around the Olympic peninsula, traveling up to the top of some very high, scenic mountains, and along the Pacific Coast, and into the Hoh Rain Forest. A highlight of Hoh Rain Forest was standing next to a Spruce tree...More
We went to the Hoh Rain Forest Area specifically to visit the Hall of Mosses. This is a good place to visit if you want to go somewhere with ample parking and easy access to walk through a large forest of old trees stunningly blanketed...More
The drive to the Hoh itself is beautiful. We even saw a black bear scurrying off into the forest from the road on our way in which made my day. Ample parking was available. 50 shades of green surround you through out this forest's trail....More
I hiked a couple of trails here and wow...this place is beautiful. Teeming with plants, mushrooms, and moss. Even in the rain, the hikes were worth doing. As the plants provide so much coverage, the rain did not bother me.
This place is so unique, and a must visit! I have been to forests before, but this one really captivated me. Walking into the Hall of Mosses was like walking into an enchanted forest. It was my first trip to the United States (I'm from...More