Descriptive Essay : Saddle Mountain

1182 Words Oct 11th, 2016 5 Pages
Imagine the smell of dark hunter green evergreen trees, surrounding the area. The area of the untouchable. As the smell lingers up the nose, more sense of nature picked up along the way. The smell of freshly grated dirt below the feet, the smell of multi-colored flowers dancing around us, the smell of fresh, wild green grass as if it was mowed before sunrise. Imagine all those scents unwinding and surrounding the head like a Christmas wreath. Visualize looking beyond a bird’s eye and seeing the most remarkable, untouchable, paradise sights a human being could ever dream of. Standing on the edge of a cliff, looking at the world and asking yourself, “Am I really here?” As the question started to wonder through the mind, the eyes glued shut, the breathing deepens, and the body becomes a part of nature. The body realizes that it is on top of a mountain. Not just any mountain, Saddle Mountain. Saddle Mountain has one the most beautiful, breath taking views around the Pacific Northwest because hiking up the mountain to see what nature has to offer is one of the reasons why it attracts so many people and not just people around the area, people from all over the world. I’m fascinated with nature and the outdoors. As soon as I heard about Saddle Mountain, I packed up my hiking gear, ran towards my car, and left as if the mountain was running away. The drive to the mountain is rather far, but the scenic drive makes up for it. Deer grazing on green grass in the distance is…

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