Cape Flattery

C is for Cape Flattery and just in time for ABC Wednesday. Thank you to Mrs. Nesbitt and to the ABC Team!

This is a photo heavy post but you don’t get out to the North Western most point in the contiguous United States every day!

You need to buy a $10.00 parking pass at any of several spots on the Makah Indian Reservation before you drive out to the Cape Flattery trail head.

Strollers and wheelchairs will not be able to manage this trail. It is an easy trail otherwise except for managing a lot of exposed tree roots.

There were a few nice viewing stations. The final one had a rope ladder 3-4 step climb to get to.

We enjoyed the walk/hike to these beach views.

We had a few days of some rainfall which our lawn and plants enjoyed. We are back in a sunnier pattern again.

18 thoughts on “Cape Flattery

  1. So beautiful! When I saw your first few pictures, I thought I was on a trail in our corner, but when you got to the water’s edge…not my corner! What lovely views!!

  2. What a delightful trail and such a wonderful view at the end, it’s a pity they couldn’t have made the pathway more disabled and stroller friendly, After all people go to admire the fauna and the scenery and not to look at a uneven wooden walkway,
    Great photo shots too.

    Best wishes,
    Di,
    ABCW team.

  3. Wow! Well worth the trek. I, however, would be a bit hesitant about the exposed tree roots since that’s how I broke my ankle the second time! lol Captivating photos!

    Leslie
    abcw team

  4. wow Ellen what a beautiful collection of photograps. i would love the be able to make them myselfe đŸ˜‰ To walk there would be a challenge of its own for me though

  5. Gorgeous scenery! It must have been so pleasant to break out of the woods (pleasant enough on their own) to the views of sea and boats and islands. I am looking at that path and those sliced log pavers very closely. They are giving me ideas.

  6. What can I say, but absolutely breath taking, I can only imagine how beautiful this was for you both! Thank you for sharing!
    Blessings,
    Sue

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