To reach the farthest western point in the continental US, Cape Flattery is worth the drive (best for kids over age 8). The .75-mile hike features a boardwalk and four observation decks with views of the Olympic Coast Marine Sanctuary bays and Tatoosh Island. You can’t help but feel you’re perching on the edge of the world.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Cool, short hike!
Easy hike to nice views of ocean, several inlets on shore that look like caves. Don't forget to buy your tribal permit for hiking. You can get one at the museum desk in Neah Bay,…
Fantastic short hike out to the NW point in the lower 48
by Jennifer H
Easy boardwalk hike down through the Douglas fir and salal that magically open to a wooden platform on a high cliff. The crashing waves over kelp beds into sea caves below. Wow. Well worth the…