Hoh River Trail | Olympic National Park


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A continuation of our trip to Washington state back in August….

We packed up our campsite and set off early down the Hoh River Trail, early enough that everyone in the campground was generally still sleeping. The forest itself was relatively quiet with a few birds chirping here and there, the sound of the river faintly heard in the distance. If we continued on this trail we could eventually end up at Mt. Olympus, however our destination for the day was only about 3 miles down the way to waterfall. A short hike and waterfall??? Sounds like a winner to me…and the sights—-oh the sights were truly magnificent! Little bits of beauty everywhere and we weren’t even to the waterfall yet….

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6 thoughts on “Hoh River Trail | Olympic National Park

  1. Love those little bits of beauty! Especially that last lovely slug (is that what it is?). 🙂

  2. Misti says:

    Joan, I’m not sure which slug that is but we did mention it to the rangers at the office in the Hoh Rainforest and they said it wasn’t a native. 🙁

    Well, here is what some quick Googling got me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_slug

  3. Leigh says:

    Stunning! This REALLY makes me miss the northwest.

  4. Beegirl says:

    So loving this! I would love to visit there some day. It is one of the last quiet places left. Gorgeous pictures! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Gayle Bicik says:

    Wow!!

  6. Moosie says:

    Pretty!

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