Hurricane Hill, Photo Gallery, Olympic National Park, Washington
Olympic National Park
Hurricane Hill offers some of the best views in the Olympic Peninsula. While generally easy compared to other Olympic National Park trails, it does rise above treeline with full exposure to fast changing weather. The Hurricane Hill Trailhead is located at the end of Hurricane Ridge Road one mile past the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center.
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Hurricane Hill (5,750') sits atop a cirque basin formed thousands of years ago by retreating glaciers
A family of Mountain Goats feeds on summer grass atop Hurricane Hill
A male goat losing his winter coat in favor of a fine new wool layer
Views of Mount Angeles (6,454') are ever present throughout the hike
Two kids follow their parents up the craggy backside of Hurricane Hill
Olympic Marmot frequent the alpine meadows of Hurricane Hill - there may be fewer than 1000 Olympic marmots in the world
White American Bistort carpets the huge alpine meadows which surround Hurricane Hill
The paved, accessible trail leads up and over the alpine ecosystem adjacent to Hurricane Ridge
Adult Olympic marmots weigh 8 to 20 pounds and can live into their mid-teens