The Olympic Mountains is loacated in the central part of the Olympic
Pennisula. It is bordered by; the Coastal Region in the west and north,
and in the east it's surrounded by Puget Sound Lowlands, and in the south
by the Willipa Hills.
This region was formed by three main forces; uplifting caused by plate techtonics,
glaciers from the last Ice Age, and erosion such as; wind, rain, rivers,
Some major features of this regions are rivers, trees, and peaks. All the
rivers in the Coastal Region start here in the Olympic Mountains. The major
peaks of this region are Mount Olympis, Brothers Peak, Hurricane Ridge, Mount
Washington, and Liberty Bell. The trees in this region are the Ceader, Dugless
Fur, Hemlock and Spruce.
There are many wildlife in the Olympic Mountains, such as; Elks, Mountain
Goats, and Owls (spotted).
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