Three men who were missing overnight in the Olympic National Forest have been found in good condition.
Searchers found the three just before noon Wednesday walking out on their own in the Spider Lake area 27 miles northwest of Shelton, said Mason County sheriff’s Chief Deputy Dean Byrd.
They were not injured and had spent the night in a pickup after it became stuck in snow 3 feet deep.
Byrd says the men went out Tuesday night because they wanted to play in the snow in a new vehicle.
The three area residents in their 30s all had dressed for cold weather.
Rescuers from Lewis and Thurston counties helped with the search.