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1.5 mile roundtrip hike. Most is on a boardwalk with lots of steps. Not too steep, but you will be out of breath by the time you get back up to the parking lot! Definitely worth the hike. Beautiful views of the water, caves, rocks,...More
This is one of the most beautiful places I have seen in the United States. It is a short hike. The trail is a little slick, uneven, and with an incline. It is totally worth your time and effort to see.
Easy trail but uneven!
Take jackets as temperature drops as you get closer to the water. If you have young children then pay close attention to them as parts of trail has no safety railing before a cliff drop.
My family was very happy to...More
At the trail head decorated walking sticks were available for your use or for purchase. Great idea to help the hikers. The path was partially plank steps down which made hiking down much easier. Just use caution not to get your walking stick stuck between...More
Make the hike and see this. Beautiful view. My only recommendation would be that the Park Service erect some better, permanent marker about this as the most northerly point of the contiguous US as they do on the eastern seaboard
Walk the short trek of Cape Flattery Trail. You won't regret it. The short hike is pretty easy going down but can be challenging coming back up. Keep that in mind and carry water with you. There are often walking sticks you can borrow at...More
The view is well worth the long drive and hike out to the point. The trail is mostly easy, as at is on boardwalks, but there are some sections with exposed roots that could be a tripping hazard. At the end there are several viewpoints...More
Cape Flattery is beautiful and certainly worth the effort to get there. The drive from Port Angeles is about 90 minutes if you take the coastal road. After you get to Cape Flattery, you probably have about a 20 minute walk to the actual cape....More