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USA Cape Flattery

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The furthest northwest tip of the contiguous United States, Cape Flattery provides a dramatic backdrop. There are viewing platforms overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It's managed by the Makah Tribe, who provide permits ($10) for parking here at Washburn's General Store, The Makah Museum, and other locations in Neah Bay.

Travel Information

From Port Angeles, drive Highway 101 west for 5 miles. Turn onto Highway 112 west and continue for 64 miles to Neah Bay. Continue on Bayview Avenue for 1 mile, then make a left on Fort Street, a right on Third Street, and a left on Cape Flattery Road.
Drive Cape Flattery Road to its end as it becomes Cape Loop Road, 7.6 miles. The Cape Flattery parking area can hold about 20 cars, and is equipped with a pit toilet. From the trailhead, depart down a wide, graveled trail into open forest. Heading gently downhill, the trail narrows down to boardwalk, keeping hikers out of the worst of the mud before transitioning to rooty tread. Signs along the way encourage you to stay on the trail; please honor these. This area sees enough traffic that a spur trail can quickly impact the area in a bad way.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Daytime during fall
Sunrise & Sunset 07:56 - 17:05 | current local time: 19:09
Locations Washington State
Photo Themes Ocean view
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