From Your Corner of Washington: Mount Ellinor

From Your Corner of Washington: Mount Ellinor

Mount Ellinor

(Photo courtesy of Holly Harris.)

The rugged Olympic Peninsula is full of challenging yet beautiful trails for hikers. One of them leads to the top of Mount Ellinor, which sits next to Lake Cushman, just miles from Hood Canal. This photo shows the Olympic Mountains to the northwest.

We invite you to e-mail your photos and stories to us as part of an ongoing feature called “From Your Corner of Washington” – we want to gather images of landscapes, homes, views, and personal narratives from all over the state.

Q) How do I submit a photo or story to be used in “From Your Corner of  Washington”?
A) Please send your text or image attachment (in JPG format) via e-mail to Stephanie Horn at

Q) What are the guidelines for submissions?
A) All submissions will be screened according to our blog use policy.

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