Why do I go to Olympic National Park? Because it reminds me of Strathcona but it doesn't cost a fortune to get there from Vancouver. The Washington State ferry from Keystone to Port Townsend costs only 11$ one way, car and driver.
The Duckabush Valley is one of the less popular areas of the park, although an increasing number of people use the trail to climb inelegantly-named "Big Hump". It is a lesser peak you have to climb over in order to get into the part of the valley that flows through the park.
The Duckabush below Big Hump, in The Brothers Wilderness
On the way up Big Hump
Just across the ONP boundary
Near Ten Mile camp
On the edge of an elk meadow in the upper valley
Crazy Creek falls