Top Adventures in Neah Bay

  • Explore Cape Flattery and Hobuck Beach

    Cape Flattery, the most northwesterly point of the lower contiguous 48 states is accessed via an easy trail which includes many board walks and sets of stairs. Maintained by the Makah Tribe of Indains, the trail provides spectacular views of the ...

  • Hike to Cape Flattery

    Did you know that Cape Flattery is the northwesternmost point in the continental United States? This is the place where the Straight of Juan de Fuca collides with the Pacific, creating strong currents and loud crashing waves.This short and access...

    1.5 miles 200 ft gain

  • Hike to Shi Shi Beach - Point of the Arches

    Shi Shi offers an incredible reward for those who feel like venturing out a bit further and reaching a less accessible beach on the Olympic Coast, just be sure to time your hike with the low tide! The trail starts off near the fish hatchery on the...

    8 miles 200 ft gain

  • Backpack and Camp at Shi Shi Beach

    Introduction:My friends and I decided to head out to the Pacific Northwest (PNW) from Philadelphia to do some backpacking and beach camping.  We choose Shi Shi Beach for it's terrific beach camping and extraordinary photography potential.  Here is...

    4 miles 200 ft gain

  • Explore Botanical Beach

    This is a gorgeous beach with so much going on. It's a quick walk from the parking lot (about .8 miles), or you can do the entire Botanical Beach Loop which is 3.5km. Go at low tide for amazing tidal pools and exploring caves if the tide is at i...

    1 miles

  • Backpack Washington's Ozette Triangle

    Start at the north end of Ozette Lake and proceed right, following signs to the mostly flat trail leading to Cape Alava. Be sure not to head left towards Sand Point, that is the trail you will use for your return trip. Once you’ve reached the coas...

    9 miles 300 ft gain

  • Hike to Cape Alava

    Drive along Highway 101 to the most upper-western part of Washington's coast to find secluded beachesPlan Ahead || Research the location of your trip and check if the timing is feasible. Ozette Lake has an overnight camping quota. Apply in advance...

  • Hiking the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

    This is no walk on the beach. There are many ascents and descents that range from not so steep to hold on for your life as the mud cliff crumbles steep. You might think 200m of elevation gain isn't much, but it is a constant ascend and descend tra...

    29.2 miles

  • Hike the Botanical Beach and Botany Bay Loop

    The loop trail is a short 3.5km trail that is well maintained and open year round. There's negligible elevation gain and aside from the odd slippery section the trail is easily accessible for all ages and skill levels. It is definitely busy in the...

    2.2 miles

  • Backpacking the West Coast Trail

    The trail requires a permit from May 1 - September 16. All other dates have restrictions. Check Parks Canada website for more details.You can start from the north or south end of the trail. There are buses provided by the Pacific Rim National Park...

  • Backpack the West Coast Trail, Pacific Rim NP

    In the summer of 2016, myself and three others decided to hike the West Coast Trail (WCT) on a bit of a whim! We naively, and courageously, choose the WCT as our first major backpacking hiking trip - we thought it would be best to throw ourselves ...

    46.6 miles 360.9 ft gain

  • Camp and Surf at Sombrio Beach

    Heading west from Victoria, take the TransCanada Highway to Hwy 14. Continue past Sooke towards Port Renfrew. Look for the sign that reads Sombrio Beach Trailhead (approximately 45 minutes past Sooke) and take the left. Note that this dirt road ca...

    1 miles

  • Nearby camping, hotels, and more

    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Log Cabin Resort

      The resort is also home to a great restaurant, should you get hungry, a general store (beer, wine, sandwiches, ice cream, candy, seasonal clothing items)., and boat rentals (paddle boats, stand up ...

      From $148/night

    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Lake Crescent Lodge

      Unwind and explore nature as you step back in time.Comfortable and spacious guest rooms are nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees directly on the beautiful Lake Crescent shores. In the even...

      From $181/night

    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

      Camping and RV sites underneath the stunning Olympic Peninsula Sky.While you’re here, be sure to hike through dense, old-growth rainforest to Sol Duc Falls or explore the famous Lover’s Lane Loop T...

      From $25/night

    • 5201 Sooke Road, Canada

      Meadow Views

      Our beautifully located ground floor suite offers private access via the patio. Upon entering, you will walk into an open plan lounge, dining space and kitchen, following through to your queen-size...

      From $95/night

    • 5201 Sooke Road, Canada

      Green Bay Cottage

      You can dine alfresco using the BBQ then head to the beach with the toys made available to you. The beach has a picnic table for your use so you can spend the day surrounded by nature. The cottage...

      From $163/night

    • 5201 Sooke Road, Canada

      Meadow Views Ground Floor Suite

      The kitchenette has a small-sized fridge, toaster oven, coffee maker, along with all the necessary dishware to make your stay enjoyable.The lounge offers a TV with cable, wifi plus one pull out sof...

      From $95/night

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