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Here's why everyone needs to camp at Ohanapecosh at least once in their life

Welcome to a Pacific Northwest wonderland full of aquamarine rivers and ancient trees.

Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park, Montana Beaver Chief Falls more than 1000 feet in height, Beaver Chief Falls empties Lake Ellen Wilson into Lincoln Lake far below.

Eclectic ... like me - source: mullhem

This shot was taken up at Artist Point in the Mt. Baker Wilderness very near to the Mt. Baker Ski Area just outside North Cascades National Park in Washington.

Parque Nacional Glacier, Montana por TamidP

On the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana. (Photo: Carl Brekjern on Glacier Country Montana)

Edmonds, Washington | Washington State waterfalls. (I have to find this. I've never seen it and if it's in Edmonds it's just down the freeway a bit. Gorgeous! I think this is called Gorge Creek Falls.)

by Ken Duncan photography - Known locally as ‘The Spa’, this delightful chamber in Western Australia´s Hamersley Gorge beckons the visitor Spring-fed, it is wonderfully cool, a refuge from the burning heat of the surrounding Pilbara.

Scene from Glacier National Park.

Misty River Gorge, Glacier National Park, Montana - Fairly certain this is actually Avalanche Creek as I've been there and the view is unmistakable.

Mount Rainier, Washington.                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Rainier and red heather at Reflection Lakes in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington photo: Paul Rezendes on AGPix Mt. Rainier and red heather at Reflection Lakes in Mount Rainier…

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