Winner of the place I want to go back to ASAP. I spent a few days in Olympic National Park in Northwestern Washington, yet didn’t get to see nearly as much as I wanted. I was inhibited in part by snow at the higher altitudes in early April, but there’s also so much to be seen. Walking through a rainforest in a temperate climate was an experience to behold. Constantly, I looked around amazed by the volume and variety of green within eyesight. The cool, rainy, always damp conditions left me very appreciative of having a dry place to sleep indoors at night, but next time I’ll have to come prepared and venture deeper into the jungle. After all, I didn’t even see Mount Olympus due to cloud cover. Since the dreariness made the greens of the forest all the brighter, it wasn’t much of an issue to me. Worlds Largest Spruce Tree: 191 ft tall 1000 yrs old Waterfall in Quineault Rainforest Looking through the Forest to the Ocean Watching the kites flying on the beach Where the Wild Things Are Sunlight Paints the Forest Underneath the Forest 2 Responses Karol July 16, 2017 That’s the only must see from our list, which we haven’t visited during our big 2007 West Coast trip… Seeing your pictures makes me even more sorry than before 🙁 Reply Ross Owen July 17, 2017 It’s always good to have a few places left on your wish list. I’m sure you’ll make it there one day! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.