The Quinault Rain Forest is as beautiful as its nearby neighbor, the Hoh Rain Forest, but with a huge Quinault Lake near it. It hosts some of the largest tree species in the world.
When I was here it was partly cloudy and the ground was wet, as it's a rain forest. Still, the colors of the plant species and how they compete to thrive is absolutely amazing. I saw a tiny slug the size of a grain of rice perched atop a small orange mushroom at the foot of the world's largest spruce tree.
I'd definitely be back here to explore more! I absolutely enjoyed the hike along the creek, around the lake, and up the hills in such a dense forest part of the Olympic National Park.
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