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|Location||Olympic National Park, Washington, USA|
|Nearest city||Port Angeles, Washington|
|Area||876,669 acres (1370 mi2 - 3548 km2)|
|Established||November 16, 1988|
|Governing body||U.S. National Park Service|
Olympic Wilderness is a 1,370-square-mile (3,500 km2) protected area comprising over 95% of Olympic National Park in Washington State. It includes 48 miles (77 km) of Pacific Ocean coastline. It is the largest wilderness area in Washington. Elevation ranges from sea level to 7,980 feet (2,430 m) peak of Mount Olympus. Mount Olympus has the third largest glacier system in the contiguous United States.
- "Olympic Wilderness". Wilderness.net. The University of Montana. Retrieved 20 Feb 2013.
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