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:
Music: Instrumental version of Seven Ways to Say Muffler courtesy of The Whole Bolivian Army (
Mount Walker - North Summit Vie Panorama - Olympic National Forest
Pano views from the north summit of Mount Walker in the Olympic National Forest. The trailhead is located 5 miles south of the Quilcene Ranger Station, east of 101 off Mount Walker Viewpoint Road. The trail is an unrelenting 2000' climb in 2 miles but worth the views.
047 WA: Olympic National Park - Sol Duc; High Divide loop trail hike
Visit Olympic National Park - Sol Duc area
Hike High Divide loop trail (~20 miles)
Returned to Sadie Creek Campground
Day 24 Olympia Washington and Olympic National Park USA Road Trip Part 2
Today we visit Olympia, the capitol or Washington state, and the amazing Olympic National Park. I had always thought Seattle was the capitol because it is the most popular and visited city, but I was wrong.
I knew Olympic was a big national park, but I did not realized truly how big it was until I started to explore it today, This park is massive and has everything from the only rain forest in the USA to mountains, forests, beaches, nearby towns and Indian reservations, waterfalls and so much more to offer.
There are some long and short hikes to do and if you chose to do an overnight hike you have to get a permit. But you must of nothing else go to Mt Walker Viewpoint, Hurricane Ridge, Port Townsend and drive along the Hood Canal. The water here is so perfect and the lakes are great as well for tubing and water skiing. Plus they have several camp sites and lodges, but you want to book ahead of time! Be sure to do all of you planing for your trip to olympic national park, otherwise you will have to wait or miss out on a campground.
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Blast of cold weather blasts Washington state
Parts of the Cascades saw their first snowfall of the year Friday, but everywhere around Washington is seeing temperatures not seen this early in more than 35 years.
Peters Mill Run - George Washington National Forest 4K
Christmas Eve run on Peters Mill.
Olympic National Park
Reece Stein takes us to the Olympic peninsula in Washington state, and this beautiful park is filled with fantastic scenery and wildlife!
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Let's Hike (Extended) - Sauk Mountain, WA USA - 2 August 2014, Partly Cloudy
On 2 August 2014 my Dad, CrazyGoat, and I hiked up Sauk Mountain and down to Sauk Lake and back again in this trail(s) located near the North Cascades Highway (Highway 20) in the North Cascades of Washington state, USA. This video summarizes that great day and includes snippets of the hiking, expansive and beautiful mountainous views, nice fellow hikers, little trail denizens, trail running, trail tripping, and underwater views.
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Strange possibly megalithic rock in Washington State
This is on my family's property in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. The stone looks unnaturally round and smooth on the south facing side, which may have been the top of the stone when it was once standing upright.
3 DAYS IN SEATTLE WASHINGTON
2018 Visit to Downtown Seattle, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier, and Snoqualmie Fall, and Squim (Lavender Capital of the America.)
Exploring some trails on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state.
Scot and Orion
2006 Polaris Outlaw 500 IRS
2008 Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS
Video edits from a 10 Hour ride across several valleys and mountains.
Recovery Expedition Nov 8-10 Cascade Mountains- Washington State
Watch Bruce Watts and Kevin Robinson as they hike and snowshoe for over 30 hours over 3 days to recover the equipment and footage.
Snowshoeing in the Cascade Mountains in Washington State
Alpental Backcountry Snowshoeing
MVI 1118 North Cascades National Park Cascade River Road
Sol Duc-Hotsprings Port Angeles WA
Beautiful Rainforest 2015
Rhino Ride! Olympic Peninsula.
90 plus miles through Washington States Olympic Peninsula.
I-5 EXIT 250 FAIRHAVEN PARKWAY, 5 MINUTES TO FAIRHAVEN, TURN LEFT, STAY ON MAIN ROAD, BEAUTIFUL 20 MINUTE DRIVE/RIDE...ESPECIALLY SUMMER AND FALL
Christine Falls, USA
Christine Falls is a waterfall on Van Trump Creek in Pierce County, Washington.
The falls are 21 m feet high and are best known for having a bridge spanning the lower drop. The upper drop is 9.8 m high and is almost impossible to film in tandem with the oft-photographed 11 m lower tier.
Mount Baker- Railroad Grade, Park Butte
These images were captured while hiking Railroad Grade and Park Butte trails on the south side of Mount Baker.
Mount Baker is an active, glaciated volcano in Northwest Washington State, 31 miles due east of the city of Bellingham. It is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc and Cascade Range.
At 10,781 ft., Mount Baker is the third-highest mountain in Washington State and the fifth-highest mountain in the Cascade Range.
Mount Baker is the youngest volcano in the United States, and the second most active after Mount Saint Helens. Mount Baker last erupted in 1880.
Mount Baker is a great place to camp, climb, hike and backpack. You'll find glacier-covered peaks, wildflower-filled meadows, and old-growth forests. The mountain and surrounding area is part of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and much of it is designated wilderness.
Video and photography by Gregory Reed.
Music: Si Beag Si Mor, Snowy Path, by Sláinte
Intro Music: ACOUSTIC MEDITATION by Jason Shaw
Outro Music: Shadows in the Moonlight (Instrumental) by Josh Woodward
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