Nature’s Champion Olympic National Park, National Geographic: Olympic National Park Aerial

Rocky cliffs, sand beaches, and tide pools are best viewed from the air along the park’s 73 miles of wild, uninterrupted Pacific coastline.

Stubborn remnants of an ancient coastline, sea stacks tower above the churning tide at Shi Shi Beach. Endowed with a dramatic seashore, thick alpine and rain forests and majestic peaks, Olympic National Park is among the premier parks in the United States. Three diverse eco-systems are designated 95% wilderness with 73 miles of wild, uninterrupted Pacific coastline in northwest Washington.

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