Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park


Soaring glaciered peaks, temperate, primeval rainforests, and a roughhewn Pacific coastline define Olympic National Park.  Nearly one million square miles, 60 active glaciers, and the 11 major river systems that drain the mountains attest to the magnificence of this extraordinary biosphere reserve.

Olympic is a vast world of emerald greens, deep ocean blues, and blinding whites.  581 miles of trails, some through ecosystems rarely seen anywhere else on earth, contribute to the unique appeal of this world heritage site.  Through the lenses of Pat O’Hara and Ross Hamilton, the majesty of a fascinating environment comes to life with power and beauty.  Featuring Mannheim Steamroller keyboard artist, Jackson Berkey, the evocative music, lyrical narrative and the sounds of nature create a portrait of vibrancy and emotion.


“Picturesque and concise.”
People Magazine

“The photos are eloquent… a dazzling interplay of forest shots and epic mountainscapes… an outstanding tribute to natural beauty.”
Seattle Times