While Hannah's parents take a Caribbean cruise, she accompanies her aunt, uncle, and cousin Jonah on their vacation to the Pacific Northwest.
The splendor of Olympic National Park beckons, and Jonah and Hannah decide to take a short hike. The trail takes them deep into a forest of gigantic Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, and western red cedar. Like a scene out of Middle Earth, one particular behemoth stands as a monument to a time before time began.
When Jonah suddenly diappears, Hannah, convinced her cousin is playing a prank to scare her, heads back to the lodge. The trail doesn't look familiar--doesn't seem quite right--and before long, Hannah realizes she is lost.
Alone in an impossible forest, Hannah tries not to imagine what might be lurking around the next tree. Maybe Bigfoot himself. Or, worse.
Hannah is forced to spend the night in the shelter of a hollow log. What she discovers when she awakes the next morning is something so unbelievable, she thinks she's still dreaming.
"Oh, God...where am I?"