Acrylic Fridge Magnet of Mt. Olympus in Olympic National Park
Mount Olympus is the most attractive as well as the tallest mountain amongst the Olympic Mountains located in the western region of Washington. It is not only a prominent highlight of Washington but is also a major attraction of the Olympic National Park. It is frequently visited by mountaineers and hikers and consists of many interesting hiking trails. You can see a striking view of the mountain on the vinyl fridge magnet above. This magnet is a perfect souvenir of the mountain, as it will always remind you of your trip to the Olympic National Park.
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park is a national park of the Unite States of America and is situated in the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. It is divided into four main areas: the alpines, the temperate rainforest region, drier forests in the east and the Pacific coastline. This park was given the status of a national park on 29 June 1938 by President Franklin Roosevelt. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site during 1981, and was declared an International Biosphere Reserve in 1976.
The Gorgeous Mount Olympus
Mount Olympus was first discovered in 1774 by Juan Perez who was an explorer of Spanish descent. The mountain stands on an elevated base of 961 feet and rises to a height of 6900 ft. It has a prominence of 7828 ft and ranks fifth in terms of prominence amongst other mountains in Washington. Mountain Olympus is covered in heavy snow for most of the year and has huge, fascinating glaciers despite the fact that it has a modest altitude. The well-known glaciers on Mount Olympus are Hoh, Jeffers, White, Blue, Hubert and Humes; the longest of these six is Homes as it stretches over 4.93 kilometers. Blue is the biggest glacier as it has a volume of 0.14 cubic miles and a surface area of 5.31 km2.