Olympic National Park

by Ja'Darius Jackson

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How to Get There

Get on I-45 N in Corsicana from US-287 N

56.0 mi / 56 min

Head southwest on Avenue A toward N Sycamore St

230 ft

Turn left onto N Sycamore St

49 ft

Take the 1st right onto Farm-To-Market Rd 322/W Spring St

Continue to follow W Spring St

3.6 mi

Turn left onto US-287 N

52.1 mi

Turn right to merge onto I-45 N

0.2 mi

Continue on I-45 N. Take US-287 N and I-35W N to US-287 N/US-81 N in Fort Worth. Take exit 60 from I-35W N/US-287 N

87.5 mi / 1 h 24 min

Merge onto US-287 N/US-81 N

Continue to follow US-287 N

98.0 mi / 1 h 25 min

Continue on US-82 W to Wichita Falls. Take exit 3A from I-44 E

10.0 mi / 9 min

Get on I-40 W/US-287 N in Amarillo

212 mi / 3 h 11 min

Follow I-40 W to I-40 Frontage Rd. Take exit 64 from I-40 W

13.4 mi / 13 min

Get on I-25 N in Raton from US-385 N and US-87 N

205 mi / 3 h 8 min

Continue on I-25 N. Take US-287 N, I-80 W, I-84, I-82 W and I-90 W to WA-104 W in Kitsap County

1,598 mi / 23 h 33 min

Follow WA-104 W and US-101 N to your destination in Port Angeles

52.7 mi / 1 h 2 min

Turn left onto WA-104 W

15.1 mi

Slight right onto the ramp to US-101 N

0.3 mi

Keep right at the fork, follow signs for US-101 N and merge onto US-101 N

35.0 mi

Turn right onto E Front St

0.9 mi

Turn left onto N Race St

0.9 mi

Turn right onto E Park Ave

0.3 mi

Turn left


Olympic National Park only has one Biome.

-Temperate National Forest.

Ecological Balances.

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Biotic & Abiotic Factors.

Abiotic Factors- The most important of these will be the mountains and lakes. The laskes serve as a divider of certain species, as well as a source of food and water.

Biotic Factors- A visitor will mostly see important biotic factors such as the cougar,(Without the cougar as a predator other species would most likely over populate and after several years eventually go extinct from loss of food. Cougars eat animals as diverse as grasshoppers, mice, squirrels,snowshoe hares and even elk, but Cougars mainly eat Deer), and the Northern Flying Squirrel ( The squirrel eats lichen, truffles, mushrooms, tree sap, nuts, insects, bird eggs, and flower. Their role in the food web is to get energy from producers, and pass it on to second level consumers).

Animal Species.

Marine- Live in the Olympic National Park Marine Sanctuary.

Terrestrial- Live throughout the entire park.

Birds- Mainly habitat the Northeasters Coast of the park.

Endangered Species.

Sea Otter.

Gray Whale.

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Weather Patterns.


2 Days- Explore the Olympic Penninsula Waterfall Trail, and Visit Quinault Lake.

1 Week- Go to La Push Beach, and visit Sol Duc Hot Spring.