Directions- From Port Angeles, head West on Highway 101 until you reach the junction with WA-112 West/Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway. After 22,4 miles you will merge with Bayview Ave. Turn left in 4 miles on Fort St, then take the 3rd right on 3rd avenue. Take the 2nd left onto Cape Flattery Road. Take a left on Hobuck Rd and then take 2 rights, one on Makah Passage and then another on Tsoo-Yess beach Road.
Easy Hike- Don’t be too shy shy about taking a long walk on a beach. In fact, millions of people can’t be wrong putting this on their dating profiles as something they enjoy! You don’t have to be Kajagoogoo to get to this beach. Located close to Neah Bay, this may be out of the way, but it is a scenic drive and a fantastic place to take pictures. Flat, scenic and close to the farthest northwest point in the continental United States, this trail is perfect for all. Bring a camera, rain gear, and a sense of adventure for this 8.0 round trip hike.
Beast Mode Hike- Backpack out here for a few days in the fall or winter. Trust me, this is all you need to do to prove you are truly an outdoors person.
Side trip- Go see Cape Flattery.
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