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Don't let the manicured paths trick you: Workers in Washington state's mountains wage an endless war to keep the trails open.
Olympic National Park, WA
These 15 miles of beachfront property are among the best 100 miles of trail in the whole national park system.
End your day with a splash on the Olympic Peninsula.
On this climb from the Hoh River's silty riffles to high-country glacier views, you'll pass through a moss-hung rainforest that might be the lushest place in America.
Climb up and over Appleton Pass--and past huckleberries, western red cedar, and hemlocks--to soak in this chain of natural hot springs.
Hike through temperate rain forest alongside the Hoh River to the tip of the Blue Glacier--the largest glacier in Olympic National Park--and 7,980-foot Mt. Olympus towering above the ice.