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Old August 30th, 2010, 12:20 PM
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Olympic Peninsula, WA

Some pictures from last week in the Olympic mountains. It was my first trip in the Pacific Northwest and was pretty awesome when you could get a view. The forest is just so dense that it's hard to find a spot to chill out with a view and lunch. Makes me miss Southern Utah, but is definitely a cool place to be. Finding good primitive camping spots aren't very easy to find but there are plenty of them out there. You just need to find a spur off of the forest road and investigate. I did find a really nice spot right off the south fork of the Hoh River. It was late when I got in and full moon was out. I would have taken some pictures of the river at night but I couldn't see much without my headlamp that I forgot. I'm glad didn't because the rocks were super slippery and the water was moving pretty quick.









































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