OverviewEbey's Landing Trail is a 3.5 mile loop trail located near Coupeville, Washington and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksSean Anter (120)3 months ago3 Completed3 ReviewsAmazing views! Very much worth the beginning up-hill hike. Nice walk on the beach on the way back.Katharine Burns (197)10 months ago3 Completed1 ReviewsLots and lots of up hill but oh so worth the climb. Fantastic views and so much to see. brought my old-lady dog and she loved it (the up-hill was a bit hard on the old girl)kathy mcnitt (49)1 year ago4 Completed1 ReviewsReally wish I had brought my running shoes or the airlines weren't so stingy. Absolutely fabulous trail. So nice I went barefoot until descending to the beach where I put my flip flops back on. The last 25 feet or so going down was like "skiing" down scree on a 14k'er. Super fun. Amazing views. Good workout but can be casually trekked as well. Nice people. Pay the $10 in parking and support the National Service!Kelly Barstow (87)1 year ago2 Completed2 Reviewsvery unexpected, wasn't sure if I was on the trail or not after I made my way down a very steep part. but overall I had a wonderful time, and I will be back again! beautiful view and I loved hiking the bluffs!Jan Pickard (46)1 year ago1 Completed1 ReviewsAs a lifelong resident of Ebey's Reserve I am thrilled to see the five star rating if the Bluff hike. I agree, it is the best. I noticed Tamara suggesting carving your initials on the clay bluff. Please don't, that greatly affects erosion which we do everything possible to curb, including planting heritage plants. Thanks for visiting Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. Jennifer Quinn (181)2 years ago1 Completed1 ReviewsThe family enjoyed this trail. Nice climb, good views, beach combing. Note: at the halfway point when you need to descend to the sea level, the official route is very steep. Too steep for some in our party. However, if you continue just a bit further, there is a gentler descent with more switchbacks. Wish we had known.... Kris Endsley-teets (128)2 years ago5 Completed2 ReviewsThe trail get's pretty busy and you can park on the side of the road, but to park in the parking lot you need a Discovery pass. Also Engle Rd is much closer than it seems on the map. Keep your eyes peeled as yo leave Fort Casey-- oh and if you make a side trip to Ft. Casey, you have to have a Discovery pass there too. Pretty trail and lots of friendly people. Tamara Ahola (437)3 years ago19 Completed2 Reviewsthis walk was absolutly beautiful stayed till sunset was a perfect day for for clear sunny n warm felt like spring. Make sure you wakl down the beach too the clay wall to write your name in it and stop off at the light house it is beautiful, and stop by fort casey. This trail is great to bring kids!Jenn Scott (158)4 years ago2 Completed2 ReviewsLOTS of uphill! Amazing view! A definite workout, but worth it.