the olympic mountain range from buckhorn mountain

the olympic mountain range

Buckhorn Mountain (so-called because of it’s two antler shaped summits) offers a hiking ascent to a panoramic stare-at-it-for-hours-and-hours view of the Olympic Mountains (not to mention all kinds of Cascade volcanoes, Puget Sound and even Seattle). The long, smooth ridge in the distance (just beyond the foreground ridge) is Constance Pass. I want to go there someday (i would access it from the other side after five miles of bike riding and a steep climb, from the washed-out Dosewallips Road).

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