Hoh Rain Forest
The Hoh Rain Forest, a swath of green on the western edge of the park, is one of the dampest places in the continental United
States (it soaks in an average of 12 to 14 feet of rain each year). See a rich spectrum of greens: the deep emerald of licorice
fern, the wan olive of hanging club moss, and the turqoise of Sitka spruce needles. One of the best ways to see this verdant
brilliance is the Hall of Mosses Trail by the Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center.