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In my younger years, I climbed Olympus several times, but now I just enjoy the hike. Hikers can cruise through the Hoh river valley flatlands from the ranger station to Elk Meadows. at that point, the trail steepens and crosses the river via a sturdy...More
I can't wait to climb it again. (1st day)18 miles into base camp at blue glacier , (2nd day) over 20 miles on sumit day ,we climbed the east peak and crossed two glaciers, (3rd day) 18 miles back out to the parking lot.
Seeing Mount Olympus from any vantage point (mine was Hurricane Ridge), one sees a lifetime memory. I have seen many of the world's tallest and most famous peaks throughout the world. I have put Mount Olympus on that list. We should be so thankful we...More
Rising to the height of 7,980 feet (2,432m), Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in the Olympic Range but being buried deep in the center of the rugged Olympic Mountains, most people will only ever get a glimpse of it from Hurricane Ridge on a...More