Ridge Loop Trail, South Whidbey State Park, Washington

Ridge Loop Trail is one of 3 wooded trails on the eastern side of South Whidbey State Park.  Many old growth trees survive, and new generations of trees can be seen growing on 'nurse logs', older fallen trees and stumps.

South Whidbey State Park is located on the south-western coast of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington State.

This park features seasonal camping and several scenic hiking trails through woodland forests and a sandy beach facing west to the Olympic Mountains.

Copyright: Washington State Parks Foundation
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Resolution: 13540x6770
Taken: 21/09/2013
Subida: 21/09/2013
Actualizado: 13/11/2013
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