Sometimes, a breath of fresh air and an escape into the wilderness is all you need to clear your senses. Start the new year on a high note with a nature hike through the rainforest. 🌱 #DiscoverGraysHarbor
The next time you’re traveling north on Highway 101, consider a stop into the Lake Quinault Museum. Learn the history surrounding the majestic shores and forests of the Quinault region while admiring artifacts such as hand carved canoes and weaved baskets from the early days. 📖 #DiscoverGraysHarbor
Had an awesome weekend out in Quinault. It's always good to catch up with childhood friends and families. I feel overwhelmingly blessed to be from such a majestic place. #homesweethome#lakequinault#happynewyear
The Quinault Lodge.
Olympic National Park.
Two wonderful nights, and two beautiful days of exploring the Pacific Coast and the Hoh rain forest.
Golden eagles, bald eagles, elk, deer, coho salmon, and a logging truck.
All is right with the world.
A few years ago we took our first trip to Olympic national park. This was at Lake Quinault, a very magical place.
This is a Picea sitchensis-Sitka spruce. This is the largest one on earth it has a circumference of 58'11", 191 feet tall and is estimated to be 1,000 years old. There are 20 other worlds largest trees, per the species in this valley. A very sacred place, and if you come here a must see.