Washington State holds such a wide variety of fastastic landscape areas that it's difficult to decide
where to go next. With all the famous mountains, the Olympic Peninsula, Seattle, the Columbia River
Gorge and the Snake River in the eastern part of the state, it seems that there are an endless number
of great destinations. I usually visit this state each year and find myself gravitating most often to
the Olympic Peninsula. With the exception of a few images from the Columbia River Gorge, all of these
images are from that part of the state. More than half of Washington's Pacific coastal area is without
roads, leaving its coast much wilder than the coasts of its neighboring states to the south.