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Difficult, but rewarding

Located at the very NW tip of Washing state, the hike is steep in places, but manageable... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Fredericksburg, Texas
Motorcycle trip

We did the trail to see the coastal caves and it was amazing, from start to finish. It's on an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Iceberg H
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This trail overlooks the northwestern-most point in the contiguous United States.
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  • Average3%
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Neah Bay, WA
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Located at the very NW tip of Washing state, the hike is steep in places, but manageable. Unfortunately, there are only 2 benches located on the trail to rest. Be sure to take a walking stick. Every step along the trail will give you something...More

Thank TXRVer09
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did the trail to see the coastal caves and it was amazing, from start to finish. It's on an Indian reservation. The wood walk way along the trail was so cool. The scenes along the way was so nice. It was well worth the...More

Thank Iceberg H
Reviewed 1 week ago

GO EARLY!!!!! Amazing trail system and beautiful scenery!! Look closely for bald eagles, we saw 8! Walking sticks provided by local Makah Indian artist, make sure you return it or buy it!

Thank nancy c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great easy hike through forest grove leads to a beautiful scenery of the Cape,Rocks and Hole in the wall.

Thank Dannyshula
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Warning: it's a 3 hour round trip detour so if you don't have the time, or if it's raining or cloudy, you might want to think twice before taking this adventure. We are lucky because the day we visited this place the weather was gorgeous....More

1  Thank Sophie L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our second visit to Cape Flattery. Our first was maybe 10 years ago and at that time we saw whales swimming by the end of the trail, where the lighthouse overlook is. This time we saw no whales but did see an otter...More

Thank Shaymur
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you’re looking at reviews, you're probably trying to decide if it's worth the long drive to get to Cape Flattery. Based on my experience, I say yes. We drove 1.5 hours to get here, but it was my favorite hike when we visited ONP....More

Thank IlliniTrav
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The actual visit to Cape flattery did not meet our expectations based on the website. The directions and signing almost are non-existent. The trail is in poor shape and needs work. At the end of your long hike you agreed to with a disappointing view...More

1  Thank Kim G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A 1 hour 45 minute drive from Port Angeles, but absolutely worth it! Besides driving through stretches of rainforest and spectacular glimpses of coastline, this ling drive ends with a short hike to the very northwest point of the Olympic Peninsula. The rocks cliffs are...More

1  Thank John N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Trail is undulating, with a well maintained path & boardwalk. A $10 permit is required to be on the reservation. The Makah provide a map on how to get to Cape Flattery trail and also Shi Shi beach. In this it recommends the trail is...More

1  Thank LindaBamford
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7 August 2017|
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Response from Sophie L | Reviewed this property |
Cap Flattery is on a cliff. The wave is big. Kayaking would be dangerous even if you started somewhere else.
Janna T
27 April 2017|
Response from christinahO5389NO | Reviewed this property |
It's about a mile and a half round trip. This is a great site for hiking in this area :) If you google "cape flattery hike" you'll find more information from hiking sites for the area. (sorry, no links allowed!)
Stephanie P
24 January 2017|
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Response from James J | Reviewed this property |
The road to Cape Flattery is not a problem whatsoever.