March 18, 2008 in Features, Outdoors

Cleaning up Olympic National Park

Winter storms have battered the Pacific Northwest’s national parks each of the past two years, with damages in the millions of dollars. After last year’s massive repairs to Mount Rainier National Park, the latest victim is Olympic National Park, where craggy alpine peaks, forested lowlands and miles of Pacific coast offer visitors the trifecta of a wilderness experience.
Volunteer crews are scrambling to clean up storm damage as summer approaches. (Associated Press)

 

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