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A Geologic Perspective on Granite Mountain – A Peak at Bedrock « Earth « Seattle Backpackers Magazine

A Geologic Perspective on Granite Mountain – A Peak at Bedrock « Earth « Seattle Backpackers Magazine

Two Waterfalls and a Lake (Chenius Falls, Ranger Falls and Green Lake) - Seattle Backpackers Magazine

Two Waterfalls and a Lake (Chenius Falls, Ranger Falls and Green Lake) - Seattle Backpackers Magazine

Seattle Backpackers MagazineRebirth of Mt St Helens - Part 2 - Seattle Backpackers Magazine

Seattle Backpackers MagazineRebirth of Mt St Helens - Part 2 - Seattle Backpackers Magazine

Near Spray Park, Mt Rainier  by Stephen Matera (http://www.stephenmatera.com) Thanks for the inspiration Stephen!

Near Spray Park, Mt Rainier by Stephen Matera (http://www.stephenmatera.com) Thanks for the inspiration Stephen!

Vance Creek Bridge - The Vance Creek Bridge, built in 1929, was part of the Simpson Railroad which was one of the last logging railroad operations in the continental United States. The Vance Creek Bridge has been out of operation since the 1950's and spans over 400 feet long and 347 feet high making it one of the highest railway arch bridges ever built in the United States. The bridge is located deep in the forest on Washington State’s Olympic peninsula, about a two hour drive from Seattle.

Vance Creek Bridge - The Vance Creek Bridge, built in 1929, was part of the Simpson Railroad which was one of the last logging railroad operations in the continental United States. The Vance Creek Bridge has been out of operation since the 1950's and spans over 400 feet long and 347 feet high making it one of the highest railway arch bridges ever built in the United States. The bridge is located deep in the forest on Washington State’s Olympic peninsula, about a two hour drive from Seattle.

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