Hiking the Ozette Trail – Olympic National Park

The trail could not be any easier and the scenery could not be any more beautiful. The trail is in the northwest corner of Washington state about as far north and west you can go on the Olympic peninsula. Just a short ferry ride from Seattle but miles and miles away from the congestion of Seattle. The hike is all flat. The second day is a hike down the beach and the third day was a hike out to the car. Both nights was camping just off the beach. The tide was extreme going so far out it felt like the ocean had left the earth. The islands or they are more just large rocks appear to float in the early morning or late evening light. Lots of bald eagles and the sound of sea lions was heard but they were never seen in any numbers. A fantastic three days of the outdoors in Washington.


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