Olympic National Park
Ducking under bright green licorice ferns and low-hanging moss, you make your way through a thick forest. You move carefully to avoid stepping on the newts, salamanders, and lizards that skitter around the forest floor. As you trek through the emerald landscape, large raindrops plop down from the sky. You’re in Hoh Rain Forest in Washington State’s Olympic National Park, a wet area with lots of splashy features.