Photos of Olympic's Diverse Ecosystem by Justin Bailie

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Olympic National Park with its four ecosystems is a photographer's dream. Catch the sun setting over the mountain peaks, capture the ocean spray hitting sea stacks, shoot the dripping, lush rainforests, and sneek a picture of the wildlife in the forests.

Olympic National Park's Mountains

Hiking to Sunrise Point on the High Ridge Trail at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park

Hiking at Sunrise Point on Hurricane Ridge.

Hurricane Ridge Road. Photo by Justin Bailie

Hurricane Ridge Road.

Olympic National Park's Rainforests

Bridge over Sol Duc Waterfall on Olympic National Park. Photo by Justin Bailie

Bridge over Sol Duc Waterfall in Olympic National Park.

A family walks under giant maple trees dripping with moss on the Hall of Mosses Trail in Olympic National Park's Hoh Rainforest

A family walks under giant maple trees dripping with moss on the Hall of Mosses Trail in Olympic National Park's Hoh Rainforest

Boardwalk on trail to Sol Duc Falls in Olympic National Park

Boardwalk on trail to Sol Duc Falls in Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park's Ocean Coast

Misty Olympic Coast

Misty Olympic Coast. 

Photographer on Second Beach in Olympic National Park

Photographer on Second Beach in Olympic National Park

A campfire beside a seastack on Second Beach. Photo by Justin Bailie

A campfire beside a seastack on Second Beach

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General locations of ferries to Olympic National Park

Where is Olympic National Park?

This park is in the northwest corner of the United States in Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula. It contains Pacific Ocean beaches and mountains.