Cape Flattery Trail

Carol Bailey-White

Jacksonville, United States

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During my visit to Washington State and the Olympic Peninsula several years ago, we hiked out to Cape Flattery, the northwesternmost point in the contiguous US. Cape Flattery is only accessible via the Makah Reservation at Neah Bay.

This beautiful path is part of the Cape Flattery Trail, which was built by the Makah Tribe. Washington Trails Association says, “Thanks to the Makah Indian Nation, the stewards of this land, a well-constructed trail leads to this remote corner of the Northwest. Start through a mist-drenched forest of Sitka spruce. Utilizing boardwalks and steps, drop to a series of promontories that provide stunning vistas of rugged Cape Flattery. At 0.75 mile reach the final viewing platform teetering on the edge of terra firma.”

Spectacular views awaited us at the end of this trail.

09.19.2011

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