Goblins Gate, Elwha River, Olympic National Park, Washington
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The Goblins Gate is the point where the Elwha River enters Rica Canyon, constricting to about 50 feet. There are 2 massive fallen trees balanced across the rocks that make up the entrance.
Someday I'd like to ford the river a bit upstream, and get some shots of this from the opposite bank.
Taken November 1, 2009
Elwah River Valley, Olympic National Park, Washington
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