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Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park, Washington State The western slopes of the Olympic Mountains on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula offer the cool, shady environs of the Hoh Rainforest. Roughly 12 feet of rain falls on this area of Olympic National Park each year, supporting the mosses, ferns, and lichens that lend the forest a jungle-like feel. A temperate rainforest, the Hoh’s canopy features Sitka spruce and western hemlock trees that tower more than 300 feet above the forest floor.

Even after they fall, trees in the Hoh remain a prominent part of the forest’s life cycle. A fallen tree can become what’s called a ‘nurse log,’ providing more open real estate for moss
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