Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Cape Flattery Trail, Neah Bay, Washington

Last week we hiked the Cape Flattery Trail, Neah Bay, Washington to the most northwestern point in the lower United States. We trekked along a cedar planked boardwalk and bridges over the wetlands enjoying the observation decks and the fantastic views that were along the way.





The 3/4 mile trail groomed by the Makah Tribe ends at an observation deck on the edge of  the cliff with spectacular views!



The views were amazing.  We were back on the road before the storm that was threatening arrived!  The lack of sunshine didn't dampen our spirits or appreciation for the area.

I am  participating in Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan at A Southern Daydreamer.

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Glad you shared the photos/journey with us.

    Velva

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  2. Beautiful views. I miss the coast, hopefully we can get over that way sometime this summer.

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  3. Gorgeous scenery and photos! Thanks for sharing.
    Babs

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  4. Ah, such beautiful pics! And very interesting rock formations on your way:) Thanks for taking us on your trip1

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  5. What a delightful place! Your marvellous photos do it great justice.

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  6. I really enjoyed the cyber tour. Impressive scenic views!
    Joyce M

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  7. Great shots from a beautiful place.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  8. A great trek. Beuatiful surroundings, and I love the tree roots on the path.

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  9. Beautiful photos of a beautiful place. I need to check this place out.

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  10. Very beautiful thank you for sharing your trip... hugs, Cherry

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  11. Oh my goodness! These views are so spectacular, it must have been hard to move on! Is this near where you live?

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  12. Your cliffside photos are really impressive

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  13. oh this is so gorgeous! no wonder the book takes place up north, its so darn beautiful!

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