Come Visit Olympic National Park with the 59 Veterans!



If you enjoy dramatic cloudbursts, epic wet vistas and torrential rains when you hike, bike, tour and experience the great national park outdoors, then you need to visit Olympic National Park in Washington state. You won’t need a boat but galoshes and a sturdy umbrella may come in handy!

Established on June 29, 1938 and located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, this park includes a wide range of ecosystems from the Pacific shoreline to temperate rainforests to the alpine slopes of the Olympic Mountains, the tallest of which is Mount Olympus. The Hoh Rainforest and Quinault Rainforest are the wettest areas in the contiguous U.S, with the Hoh receiving an average rainfall of almost 12 ft (3.7 m) of rain every year. But it’s beautiful to behold and soak in!

To learn more about this epic national park, visit this site: And to learn about us and our project to help veterans, please visit us online at We can’t wait to ascend this summit with torrential pleasure and Olympian reward!

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