We drove south from Forks on 9/23/12 to the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park.
After looking around and studying the maps of the trails, we decided to eat our lunch then take the Moss Trail.
Some of the trees in this area are over 200 years old and can be over 220 feet tall.
It becomes pretty obvious why it’s called the Moss Trail.
The trunks of the trees in here are enormous.
More moss on the trees.
Often the new growth of trees start their formation on the fallen trunks of trees and form a line and the root systems grow together.
A resident squirrel.