Just a Taiwanese-American blogging about his travels outdoors and occasionally his thoughts on life.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Enchanted Valley Hike, Olympic National Park, Washington Part 2 (Pacific Coast Highway Roadtrip)

When we started the hike, the clouds above were lightly sprinkling, but it wasn't anything we couldn't handle. Furthermore, the trees overhead kept us mostly dry.







For the most part, the trail is fairly obvious. It helps if you have maps on hand or even downloaded offline maps. The benefit of having a digital map and GPS is that you can anticipate markers along your hike to inform you of how far you've traveled.

First marker to look forward to: Pony Bridge.


At 2.5 miles from the Graves trailhead or 4 miles in from the parking lot, Pony Bridge is a nice resting point as you peer over the Quinault river and take in the waters natural hue and power.



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