Olympic: A Visitor's Companion
The Olympic Peninsula is a beautiful corner of the United States, with wild beaches, magnificent forests, and spectacular mountain scenery. Measuring about 60 by 90 miles, or 5328 square miles, it is slightly larger than the state of Connecticut. One could spend years exploring the area. This book is a comprehensive guide to this National Park.
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