View of the sunset from the beach
Awesome hike with much to take in.
Lightning Peak and the North Fork Skokomish River.
By Ryan Ojerio
By Joe Sedy
Looking back on a misty stretch of trail descending to Lower Ashland Lake.
Stopping at Franklin Falls on the way to Seattle this weekend turned out to be a great idea. The falls and the area around it was just starting to freeze over.
Fantastic Views of Lake Crescent along the Spruce Railroad Trail #44.
The main draw for the Longs Pass hike is the close view of Mount Stuart but I was also intrigued with the twisted forms of the stunted pines, living and dead. This view was taken looking northwest from the pass.
These stumps are a short way up the Heather Lake trail. I have been going past them for years and one day I went up there just to photograph these leftovers with their deep vertical ridges and variegated colors.
Capturing Fall foliage.
...After passing the howling dogs on Baker's summit
Blue Lake in the North Cascades
By Skyvalley Hiker
Early morning sun streams through old growth forest on the edge of Mirror Lake.
Looking down on Rachel Lake, heading to Rampart Lakes
By Travis Isaacs
By Travis Isaacs
One of the many log bridge crossings on this trail
This was taken as we headed down to the beach. Pictured is my 10 year old son and 15 year old sister. The trees provided shade and the trail was easily accessible.
A fantastic view of Lake Cushman from the top of Mount Ellinor
By Amy's Camera Self Timer
Stopped for lunch a a quick photo before heading back to camp.
The service road in the park.
By Rocky Walter
Early morning in the silent forest.
By Stephanie Campbell
It had been a while since I'd been to the falls and what an amazing job was done in improving this trail! It's almost as beautiful as the nature that surrounds it (which says a lot since this area is absolutely breathtaking).
These amazing moss covered giants sure make you feel small!..
After the grueling climb through the dark, mossy forest, this view (on a nice day) emerges for the few willing to go a little farther than most.