Cape Flattery, Washington
Northwest corner of the USA
A must-see place!
Cape Flattery is one of the must-see places on the Olympic Peninsula in the State of Washington.
This fabulous place is the most northwest location in mainland United States.
Cape Flattery is located within the Makah Indian Reservation. The Makah Tribe maintains this
wonderful site. And what a fantastic job the Makah have done in their creation of a lovely
trail leading to five observation decks.
Makah Tribe at Neah Bay.
The path down to the Cape winds thru a tree shrouded forest with cedar plank bridges over
the soggy places.
On the day of our visit to Cape Flattery, the road to the Cape Flattery Trail was shrouded in
Road to Cape Flattery Trail.
The trail to the Ocean descends down a path thru the lovely forest. This is a walk that filled
us with anticipation of what we would see at the trail's end.
Trail leading to Ocean viewpoints.
On arriving at the Ocean, there we found decks with marvelous views of this specatacular coast.
A Makah guide was here to help us interpret what we were seeing. This guide greatly enhanced
this visit with interesting information about the history of what we were viewing.
Looking south from one of five cliffside decks.
Tatoosh Island sometimes appears thru the fog.
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