Located in Western Washington, deep within the Olympic Peninsula, is the Quinault Rain Forest. A lush, moss-laden forest bursting with old growth trees, blanketing foliage and abundant life. This unique forest has the greatest number of giant old growth trees in the world outside of California and New Zealand and receives more than 12 feet of rainfall per year!Explore the forest in awe as you take in a variety of old growth Conifer, Maples and Alder trees.The Quinault Rain Forest is home to elk, black bear, cougar, black-tailed deer, coyote, bobcat, beaver, river otter and raccoon.Large birds, such as eagles, hawks and ospreys are abundant in the rain forest, as well as large fish, such as Salmon, Steelhead, Chinook and Coho.This is a full-day, semi-private road and hiking trip. The drive is a bit long, but once there you will be set free to roam the forest trails at your own pace for 3-4 hours. Food available in the park. Starbucks in the morning.