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Drone footage looking at Lake Cushman, Big Creek, and Mt Ellinor by Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park | America’s National Parks
Get an inside look into Olympic National Park's more than 60 miles of Washington State coastal wilderness, from the sea stacks on Shi Shi Beach to the Hoh Rainforest and all of the little critters in between.
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STORM KING! Olympic National Park, Washington
Storm King was one of the most treacherous trails I have done! Getting to the top was well worth the struggle though! Beautiful views of Lake Crescent await you at the top. I highly recommend this hike to anyone looking for a bit of a challenge!
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Tubal Cain Trail - Gold mine - B17 crash site - Olympic National Park
I hiked up Tubal cain trail today to an abandoned gold mine and a B52 crash.
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Summer Camping Fun! - Playing at Lake Cushman
We went camping at Lake Cushman on the Olympic Peninsula! It was a blast! Here are some of the things we did. Featuring my best friend, James “Bug”, cousins Hunter and Dakota, and lots of family!
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Olympic National Park
Recent trip to Olympic National Park. Backcountry camping in the Ozette coast and along the Hoh River, with footage from along the way up to Glacier Meadows on Mt. Olympus.
Lake Easton State Park, Washington, USA
Lake Easton at the Lake Easton State Park. Right by Lake Easton is the public park which is a local favorite picnic and bbq place. You can also swim, fish, kayak/canoe/float the lake.
Boating at Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park
Boating on Lake Crescent in Washington State
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Walk in Olympic National Park - Quinault Rain Forest
Walking through the Olympic rainforest in the Quinault National Park in Washington.
Washington Waterfalls: Part 7
Most people drive right by this one on there way to The Staircase. Located right next to Lake Cushman, this has to be one of my favorites so far. Washington State 2014
Pacific Northwest Road Trip
Sean, Michelle, and Alina take a road trip up the west coast to the Olympic Peninsula.
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ALLYN WA LOW BANK WATERFRONT BEACH CABIN with over 1200 sq ft of deck & a spa tub a few feet above the beach. Wonderful views of Case Inlet across to North Bay including the N end of Treasure Island. Bulkhead with steps to your private beach for clams and oysters, located just inside a spit of land at the entrance of a quiet cove. Enter down the private, long tree lined driveway thru tall evergreens and wild berries. Truly a fantasy land of Puget Sound Waterfront. Incl a guest cabin, shop bldg. and much more.
Mid Winter Paddle to Cape Flattery
Launched from Hobuck Beach and headed out to Cape Flattery and back on this trip.
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Steel Bridge Mason County WA
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Hiking Mount Walker (Olympic Mountains)
We picked a clear January day to hike to the 2805' summit. From the gate to the trailhead, it's about a quarter mile. The trail (Trail 894) then climbs 2000' in 2 miles to the north viewpoint. From there, it's another quarter mile or so to the south viewpoint. We took the road back down (roughly 4 miles) to avoid the icier conditions on the trail. Total hike: approximately 6.5 miles. More info:
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High Steel Bridge under Skokomish River Shelton WA Part 1
High Steel Bridge is a historic truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County in Shelton, Washington State. It was built in 1929 by Simpson Logging Company as part of a logging railroad. 420 ft above South Fork Skokomish river on High Steel Bridge with its 750 tons of steel spanning 685 ft. Campgrounds are nearby like Brown Creek. Please subscribe thank you.
Clouds view from Lunch Lake - Olympic National Park
View of Long Lake from campsite 11
Year-Round Recreation Destination: Alderbrook Resort & Spa
Alderbrook Resort & Spa has been a recreation destination since 1913. Celebrate the beauty of our Northwest Traditions with year-round recreational experiences showcasing the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Alderbrook Resort & Spa rests peacefully along miles of walking and hiking trails, serving as a top destination for avid outdoor enthusiasts.
With comfortable benches lining the trails, guests can stop to sit, rest and enjoy the soft, natural sounds of the forest. From an adventurous and rustic Big Tree Loop trail to the longer Huckleberry Hillclimb trail, there is a route for every age and skill level.
Alderbrook’s geocaching program allows outdoor adventurers the opportunity to explore the lush grounds surrounding the Resort, with 36 official geocaches on the property. The Resort offers complimentary GPS-activated geocaching devices to guests, and the geocaches are accessible to beginners and experts alike. The program is constantly evolving, creating new caches waiting to be discovered.
ALDERBROOK GOLF CLUB
Alderbrook Resort & Spa is pleased to offer guests access to the Alderbrook Golf Club, a PGA-class golf course located up the hill from the Resort. The course is consistently ranked one of the top 25 courses in the Northwest for both its spectacular scenery and playability. Open year-round, the par 72 course offers rolling fairways and a spectacular natural setting. Full-service amenities include a pro shop, restaurant, driving range, private lessons and car rentals. The Alderbrook Golf Club can also accommodate tournaments for groups of 16 or more.
Alderbrook is also approximately a 35-minute drive to Gold Mountain Golf Course and Trophy Lake Golf Course & Casting. For tee times or to inquire more about Alderbrook’s golf packages call (360) 898-2560.
Nearby adventures to the Olympic National Park, Lake Cushman, Twanoh, Potlatch State Park and other world-class destinations make Alderbrook the perfect basecamp for the serious outdoor adventure enthusiasts or boater. Boats can be launched at Hood Canal Marina, less than two miles from the Resort.
Yoga enthusiasts with all levels of practice can enjoy relaxed yoga every week, throughout the year with an aqua yoga class in the glass-enclosed saltwater pool as well as a waterfront yoga class held on the lawn or inside the pool house depending on the weather. Revel in the serenity of the new month with a monthly full moon yoga class also held on the waterfront throughout the year.