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From US-101, a scenic 19-mile drive leads to the magical landscape of the Hoh Rainforest. An annual rainfall of 140-170 inches creates a lush, verdant landscape of hanging moss, ferns, vine maple, fir, spruce and hemlock trees, fungi and more. Breathe in the fresh air deeply and enjoy the solitude and unique surrounds. From the visitor Center, walk the Hall of Mosses Trail, an easy three-quarter of a mile loop that gives you a taste of the rainforest, the 1.2-mile Spruce Nature Trail, or explore the Hoh River Trail which travels approximately 18-miles to Blue Glacier on Mount Olympus. No need to hike the whole way. Keep an eye out for the Pacific tree frogs, banana slugs, and Roosevelt elk and prepare for the weather. No umbrellas necessary, take it like a native and wear a hooded raincoat and boots. The 88-site campground is open year-round.
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