The Olympic Mountain Range is the range we see in the distance out our kitchen window.
The national park lies just south of Victoria, B.C. If you follow Highway 101 to its northernmost point, you’ll end up here.
We spent a week exploring just a fraction of the park and see ourselves coming back again and again.
The day we arrived we headed for Hurricane Ridge, which offers sweeping views of Mt. Olympus and other peaks. Some permanent glaciers top the highest peaks.