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muddy
27 days ago

***this review is post dated*** I don't know how people could give this place 3 stars This place is breathtaking. I have never seen anything so beautiful. The landscape, the water, the caves all of them are so amazing.

Trail is closed to the public. Only open to tribal members due to Covid-19.

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muddy
3 months ago

Glorious! Go for the view! It’s heavily trafficked and folks don’t always know trail etiquette but dogs are welcome and it’s a gorgeous, gorgeous view.

It was beautiful!!! Very easy trail and gorgeous views.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice, easy hike. There are walking sticks you can borrow or buy at the beginning of the trail. Gorgeous views and great photo opportunities at the end of the trail

hiking
3 months ago

I should not have relied on the info from these reviews. I drove the 21 miles from the main road to go on this hike only to find out that the entrance fee is $30 for a private vehicle. The $15 fee applies to anyone entering the park on foot or bike. The fee is good for a 7 day pass which admits you to other Olympic National Forest fee areas but I did not plan ahead so I opted not to hike the trail today. I don’t feel it’s fair to leave a star review without having done the hike but it won’t let me post this without so I’m choosing 3 stars

On a clear day this is an amazing place. Must see!

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flooded
muddy
3 months ago

Beautiful trail! A looooooong drive to get there but the view is amazing! Very muddy and wet in places. Definitely stay on the main trail; there are steep drop offs! Make sure to purchase a Makah Recreation Pass in Neah Bay.

Such a beautiful hike, it wasn’t too muddy or slippery. Stunning views at the end even in stormy weather. By far my favorite hike! Will be back soon!

The Ozette Triangle Trail is a must do hike that is safe year around. I chose to hike clock wise. The first leg included long sections of boardwalks. In the winter these are slippery. I used nano spikes over my boots and was sure footed the whole time.. The beach section of the trail was absolutely beautifully rugged. This remote beach had a lot of fishing and marine artifacts, bouys, ropes, large containers and boat fragments. The beach provided bird viewing opportunities, heron, eagles, blue jays, ravens and many more. It may be important to plan this hike with the tides in mind. I luckily caught a low tide, but I’m not sure how passable the beach section would be in a plus tide. The last leg of the trail was similar to the first, but with a bit more elevation gain, all though this hike is overall remarkably flat. If your thinking about hiking this trail, do it, you won’t be disappointed.

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muddy
4 months ago

This was my first time at Cape Flattery! We went on 1-20-2020. It was beautiful!! It had just got done raining so it was super muddy. Definitely bring an extra pair of shoes and socks. The trail itself was about a 30 minutes. I probably took longer because I wanted to take as many photos as I could! The views were absolutely beautiful! The water was super mint blue/green from the storm. Definitely recommend!

This trail is a MUST Do!!!! Not so much the hike but the views are stunning. It was stormy, windy, rainy, and cold. and worth every minute. I also checked this off my bucket list for the farthest northwest point in Washington state. If you love the ocean this is place to visit.

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muddy
5 months ago

Amazing views and loved the boardwalk!

Jaw dropping views at the end of a quick 25-30 min hike. It was super wet today so we walked pretty slow. Probably ran into about 10 people. If you're thinking about going, go. You won't regret it.

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muddy
5 months ago

Long drive for a short walk! But! Well worth it for sure. Prolly one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Easy trail to follow. Muddy but there are lots of interesting wood wall ways & log stepping...things. Can’t recommend checking this out enough.

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muddy
rocky
6 months ago

This was a very easy hike well maintained most of it is rocky and you have sections that are a raised boardwalk.

Absolutley stunning views of the ocean at the end of the trail. When you are there, it feels like you are standing on the very edge of the world with nothing but endless miles of ocean stretching out before you.

Beautiful trail with a beautiful payoff at the end. Few nice side trails to viewpoints of the cliffs below. Very remote but worth the long drive to see what the NW most corner of the continental US looks like! Be prepared for mud.

A great experience to say you've been to the Northwestern tip of the United States, let alone Washington State! Furthermore, the views are fantastic at the end of the trail: turbulent tides hitting the rocky shore-cliffs, looking out at Tatoosh Island, Canadian mountain ranges and the Pacific Ocean. We also got to see a couple of bald eagles!

A worthy destination! Just keep in mind that if you are going to time sunset, there is a 25-minute hike to get to the observation point. I got there just in time and got to see a whale and a seal. Even without that, the view is amazing and the sunset is worthy. Make sure you have a flashlight or headlamp or charged iPhone with flashlight to get out after sunset

Nice walk and a beautiful view if you’re in the area!

hiking
7 months ago

Awesome

hiking
7 months ago

Beautiful little trail.

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muddy
7 months ago

Hiked last month with my wife. Light rain part of the way and trail muddy in spots but nice hike through the trees. At Point we saw a bunch of seals and 2 gray whales. No puffins - bummer. Cliffs and alcoves on shore and sea stacks are awesome. Very cool to look up and down coast and out at Pacific Ocean.

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