Olympic National Park

By Caroline and Ryan

About Olympic National Park:

Olympic National Park is a beautiful and fun place! We will tell you about this exhilarating park! The climate of the park is 60º to 80º in the Summer. The rainy season in the early fall, and continues until late spring.There are many different trees in Olympic National Park. here are a few examples: Sitka Spruce, Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Yellow Cedar. Mushrooms sorrel, giant sword ferns grow under those trees.



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about Olympic by Deerfield School

Formation of Olympic Mountains

One of the landforms in Olympic National Park is the Olympic Mountain Range. The Olympic Mountains were formed by Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other. Heat and pressure made the plates rub. When the plates rubbed under the ground the ground pushed up and created the mountains.One of the landforms in Olympic National Park is the Olympic Mountain Range. The Olympic Mountains were formed by Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other. Heat and pressure made the plates rub. When the plates rubbed under the ground the ground pushed up and created the mountains


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Formation of Olympic Mts by Deerfield School

Interesting facts:

1. there are several rare animals that live in the park


2. Olympic National park has several rainforest

3. Olympic's rainy season starts in the fall

4. the weather can change quickly

5. the rocks that make the Olympic Mountains were formed more than 55 million years ago