Sand Point Trail to North Coast Beach Travelway

MODERATE 5 reviews

Sand Point Trail to North Coast Beach Travelway is a 10.2 mile out and back trail located near Sekiu, Washington that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and birding.

Distance: 10.2 miles Elevation Gain: 958 feet Route Type: Out & Back


bird watching



no dogs

3 months ago

Easy boardwalk trail, my father took me when I was roughly five and I’ve been there plenty of times since! Recommend you walk along the beach to sand point and look for the pictographs, they’re really cool and the rangers may be able to help you find them. No fires at sand point but if you wake up in the morning and find the tide low you can look for cute animals in the tide pool. Great for kids if you take a few days.

11 months ago

Beautiful, wide sandy beach. Amazing sunsets. Lots of seagulls. Easy, flat 3 mile boardwalk trail in.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

On April 1st through the 2nd I hiked the Ozette loop, I made it along the video along the way you can find it here: Cape Alava, Sand Point, Ozette Loop Hike 2018 From the trailhead at the Ozette Ranger Station I hiked South to Sand Point where we set up camp and then continued south along the beach towards Yellow Banks. I reached the southernmost cape before yellow banks and turned around due to a high tide and I didn’t want to go over the top. That night there was a few rain showers and then it cleared up. I got up early on Monday the 2nd low tide was at around 8:30 I made a quick hike to Cape Alava that morning with a beautiful sunrise and made it back to Sand Point just in time for breakfast. After Breakfast I just hung around Sand Point and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Shortly after dinner I Left for the vehicles and a long drive home. Again here is the video I made along the way: Cape Alava, Sand Point, Ozette Loop Hike 2018 Overall it was an AMAZING hike there where only 2 trees over the boardwalk. Be safe out there, NW Adventures

Thursday, August 03, 2017

Hiking along the Northern Coast Route is Hard work with 40 pound packs. Slippery rocks, pebble beaches, steep inclines and tides. It was hard work traveling from Ozette to Rialto but well worth the experience with some good friends. The Sunsets are worth the tired feet and backs alone.

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