Olympic National Park is located on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington. When we were inside the park, we were joking with each other stating that it was the size of China because of how big and detailed the park map was. The National Park covers an area of an astonishing 922,650 acres. We went from one extreme to the next, as we were walking in snow at the top of Hurricane Ridge and sweating while hiking to Sol Duc Falls.

The park is known for having three distinct ecosystems and we were lucky enough to  experience two of them. Unfortunately, we were a little bit crunched for time and were not able to visit the section of the park that is along the Pacific Coast. We have already agreed that we want to make a trip back and visit the areas of the park that we were not able to see.

Check out some of the miscellaneous pictures below from our day spent in the National Park.