Ready for ONP? Your council members working it are! If you have any issues, come find Julia, Kennedy, or Kaitlyn!!! #mrburns #onp #clubsoda
A rainy day is the perfect time
for a walk in the woods.
The Fall Equinox will bring a cold, rainy day to much of the park.
If you plan to get out and explore tomorrow, be prepared with steardy hiking boots, non-cotton layers and good raingear.
Bonus-Tomorrow is a fee free day in celebration of #nationalpubliclandsday
ps-Don't forget to check the alerts on the park webpage (www.nps.gov/olym) for current closures and delays when planning your visit.
[Photo-A cold, dark looking forest on a foggy day on the coastal with a ray of light breaking the darkness]
#onp #nps #doi
We drove up here to this viewpoint three times just to see this view once. The first two times the fog/clouds only allowed about 150ft of visibility. Our patience thankfully paid off on the last day of our trip! What a view!!! 😃
Real-world fairytale forest ☺️🌲
This is Scott! Scott is running Mountain Lakes 100m tomorrow (Saturday). Let’s all send him some good vibes and best wishes for strength, patience, focus and endurance! 🤘💪 Here is Scott with the @the_outdoor_society
. Here they are with me, at Flapjacks Lakes and the breath taking Gladys Divide in Olympic National Park. It was a pretty cool day with lots of pointing!
A reminder to always stay vigilant and prepared when you're out in the backcountry! Predators tend to be pretty unenthused when you venture into their territory, so always do your research on the wildlife when entering a new area! (Really tho - ol' cougs ain't got nothin on this! 💪😋)
Joe and a fire on the beach
Thinking about pampering your pet? Look no further! We offer plenty of different packages to suit your fur babies needs! Stop by for one of our AMAZING CHI baths or a FURminator! 🐶🐾💚
Happy Wilderness Wednesday!
We finally got some rain! Wahoo!
Although the rain might put a damper on hiking plans, rain is good for the Pacific Northwest.
If we didn't have as much rain, we wouldn't have the same beautiful ecosystems that people come to visit and enjoy.
Heavy rain can cause river, stream, and creek levels to rise dramatically. Plan ahead to make sure you don't get trapped by rising water levels!
📷 photo cred: Ranger Molly
[Photo-Ellen Creek near Hole in the Wall with high water levels]
#nps #doi #onp #olympicnationalpark #wilderness #wildernesswednesday #rialtobeach #holeinthewall #ellencreek #olympiccoast #northcoasttrail
all the stars have fallen
their remnants cast
for the hallowed abyss
Which way does the watcher.