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Dynamic, Dramatic Olympic
A Natural RushWith its lush climate and its 12 feet of rainfall each year, Olympic is one of the best national parks for seeing waterfalls.
Mad StacksIn addition to its verdant rainforests and majestic mountains, Olympic protects a 73-mile stretch of wild Pacific coastline and the large, erosion-resistant rocks known as sea stacks that form dramatic shapes just off the shore.
Teddy's ElkOlympic is home to the largest wild population of Roosevelt elk in the country. These animals are named after President Theodore Roosevelt, who set land aside to protect them that later became part of the park.
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