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Learning Washington

Great trip. Have to say I have never see anything this beautiful. Breathtaking! If you can get out... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Krystal M
via mobile
Beautiful Scenery

First, thanks to the Makah Nation for maintaining the trail out to Cape Flattery! This is a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Odessa, Texas
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This trail overlooks the northwestern-most point in the contiguous United States.
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  • Very good12%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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Neah Bay, WA
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great trip. Have to say I have never see anything this beautiful. Breathtaking! If you can get out and see this. Have to say my favorite spot so far.

Thank Krystal M
Reviewed 1 week ago

First, thanks to the Makah Nation for maintaining the trail out to Cape Flattery! This is a beautiful trail, leading out to the northwestern tip of Washington (and, really, the northwestern tip of the lower 48). It's what you would expect at the end: dramatic...More

1  Thank Roger_Selene
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lot of folks by-pass this trail because it requires about 2 hours each way off the main road between Port Angeles and Forks. The extra effort is well-rewarded. The trail winds through forested areas with cedar and sitka spruce covered in moss, and then...More

2  Thank Jean M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have wanted to explore Cape Flattery for years, but it is a long day trip from Port Townsend. The day we had set aside to go turned out to be clear and sunny so off we went. Stopped at the grocery store in Neah...More

3  Thank 22kdka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hike to the point takes you through beautiful verdant forests with giant trees and pendulous moss. Great bird watching along the water. Look for the Pigeon Guillemots (waterbirds) with their red feet.

1  Thank kate c
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The drive from Seattle is a couple of hours, much of that with no cell phone service. We'd seen the photos of the view and thought the drive would be worth it, and it was. There are plenty of communities along the way which is...More

2  Thank 898emilys
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove to Neah Bay using route 112/113. Lots of up and down and twisty turny (25 - 45 mph on most of the curves) so I would use 101 to 113 next time. The only bad news about that is there is construction planned...More

3  Thank geraldh463
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The views from the trail are amazing. There was nobody else there at the time I went and the peace was amazing. What a treasure.

1  Thank pcox0029
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The Pacific Northwest offer spectacular scenery but none is better than that offered at the end of the Cape Flattery Trail. It is a 1.4 mile RT hike over a well maintained trail that includes boardwalks and stairs. There are at least four viewing point...More

4  Thank Glenn M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

There's not a lot of parking, go early. There's restrooms here. There's also hiking sticks to barrow or buy for $5 cash. This is an easy hike with board walk but it's very narrow & not a lot of passing room. It's was muddy when...More

1  Thank 1natureseeker
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Janna T
How long is this trail?
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
would you consider the road to get to the trail something that a PT Cruiser could handle? I'm a travel RN and am renting a car and I'm not "allowed" to go "off road" with it. Just wondering if it would be considered "off road"? Thanks
23 January 2017|
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Response from James J | Reviewed this property |
The road to Cape Flattery is not a problem whatsoever.