Rising 7,980 above the Hoh rainforest floor, Mount Olympus (Native Name: Sunh-a-do) is the tallest mountain the Olympic Mountain Range which defines the western penninsual of Washington State. Home to some of the largest glaciers in the region, and true to its name, Mt. Olympus is an often obscured by clouds making this image of it's peak in the far right distance, a lucky find for early spring where annual rainfalls reach 120 inches or about 10 foot a year.
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