Virtual Guidebook to the Olympic Peninsula, Southwest Washington
Hoh Rain Forest - Spruce Trail
Olympic National Park Washington


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Parts of the rain forest are fairly open, with hemlock and spruce, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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Sitka spruce has a characteristic flared base, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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Near the river grazing by elk keeps the forest floor open, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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Alder and Sitka Spruce near the Hoh River, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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The wide gravelly Hoh River, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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The spruce forest is not as extravagantly mossy as the maple groves, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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Vine maples create tunnels of green light under the big spruce trees, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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Bigleaf and vine maples, Sitka spruce and western hemlock compose this forest, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

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A colonnade of trees, all established along a now,vanished "nurse log", Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

(July 29, 2007)


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