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Olympic National Park Sights


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Updated 10/17/2014

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Unlike the forests of the park's south and west sides, Douglas fir is the dominant tree on the east slope of the Olympic Mountains. Fire has played an important role in creating the majestic forest here, as the Staircase Ranger Station explains in interpretive exhibits.

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At end of Rte. 119, 15 miles from U.S. 101 at Hoodsport, Olympic National Park, Washington, 98548, United States


360-877–5569-Staircase Ranger Station

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  • Daily 9–4 in summer; hours vary in other seasons

Updated 10/17/2014


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