Olympic Hot Springs Road Closed
The Elwha Valley's Olympic Hot Springs Road is closed to public entry beyond the Altair Campground during removal of the Glines Canyon Dam. Olympic Hot Springs is not accessible from the Elwha.
2012 Spruce Railroad Trail Environmental Assessment (SRRT EA)
The SRRT EA was released on May 9, 2012 and is available for public review and comment through June 8, 2012.
Olympic National Park Mountain Goat Action Plan
The park's Mountain Goat Action Plan, updated in June 2011, contains examples of habituated or aggressive goat behavior, hazardous goat-human encounters, history of mountain goats on the Olympic Peninsula, and a continuum that outlines six types of observed goat behavior, appropriate responses, and a list of management action alternatives. Part of an overarching Nuisance and Hazardous Animal Plan.
Olympic National Park General Management Plan
Olympic National Park Long-Range Interpretive Plan
This Long-Range Interpretive Plan outlines recommendations for future interpretive services, facilities, and media. Park staff, partners, and stakeholders worked together to develop this comprehensive tool. It outlines educational and recreational opportunities for visitors to develop intellectual and emotional connections to the natural and cultural resources found within Olympic National Park. Our goal is to promote Olympic National Park’s resource values through planned visitor experiences and excellence in interpretation.
Did You Know?
Fishers (members of the weasel family, related to minks and otters) were reintroduced to Olympic National Park in 2008-10. They are native to the forests of Washington, including the Olympic Peninsula, but disappeared due to overtrapping in the late 1800s/early 1900s and habitat loss.