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Relaxation on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula.

November 22, 2016 by: William Segil

Day 3: Neah Bay and Cape Flattery (two hours from Sea Cliff Gardens)

Day 3: Neah Bay and Cape Flattery (two hours from Sea Cliff Gardens)

Reasons to go: 

To see the farthest northwest point in the continental United States
A fascinating three-quarter-mile boardwalk trail through the forest and along incredible seaside terrain
Amazing sea caves and tidal pools
A spectacular vista at the end of the trail, which includes forbidden Tatoosh Island, Cape Flattery Lighthouse, and sea mammals – such as otters, sea lions, dolphins, seals, and whales
Makah Museum, which displays thousands of artifacts unearthed from a 500-year-old Native American fishing village

More Information: 

http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/cape-flattery
http://www.experiencewa.com/things-to-do/scenic-byways
http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/cape-flattery
www.makah.com/cape.html

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