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Ozette Triangle Trail

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Ozette Triangle Trail is a 9 mile loop trail located near Sekiu, Washington and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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Second Beach Trail
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One of my all-time favs also. Something I haven't seen mentioned is that camping is allowed with a wilderness permit.

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Second Beach Trail
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16 Completed 14 Reviews

One of my favorite places on the planet - (First Beach also) - something so cool about this place. Kids loved it too. Can't wait to go back.

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Second Beach Trail
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43 Completed 33 Reviews

A very well maintained trail that leads through temperate rainforest to a stellar beach area! We visited the day after a decent sized storm and rolled through and there was a high tide advisory. The crashing waves were an absolutely majestic thing to behold. We'll definitely be back!

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Second Beach Trail
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This trail was a little longer than my wife was hoping for when we checked out first beach and there was really no trail just a short walk from the parking lot. It was well worth the short walk from the parking lot. Beautiful views and less people than first beach. I believe the trail is closer to ~0.9-1 mile from the parking lot and is well maintained, but has lots of steps. Round trip closer to 2 miles and should take less than half an hour to get to the beach. You'll want to spend a lot more than that once you get there however.

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Second Beach Trail
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879 Completed 130 Reviews

Another beautiful Washington coastline you don't want to miss.

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Olympic Coast - North (Backpacking)
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11 Completed 1 Reviews

Start from La Push and hike north along the beach. Trail ends at Ozette Lake Camp Ground. approx. 30 miles long with variable footing. Sand, gravel, stone, and rock beaches with several head-land crossings using cable ladders and ropes. Cross some areas at low tide. Get a permit and bear-can from the forks ranger station. This hike is in my top 5 list of hikes, ever! Can be difficult, but with so few people allowed on this trail at any one point, it makes it like discovering a new world. Scenery is amazing and plenty of things to find on the beach and use to make your camping easier. Highly recommended for the experienced backpacker.

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2nd Beach - La Push, WA
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41 Completed 30 Reviews

My father used to come here in the 70's when he was working in Forks and he brought us here when I was young. I came back this September, and I am still amazed by the beauty of this mystical and magical shoreline, especially in the fog when the offshore rocks come in and our of focus. The trail is steep getting up and down, and the beach has a touch of magic to it. Highly recommended as a part of a tour of the Olympic Peninsula.

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Second Beach Trail
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43 Completed 11 Reviews

I love running trails but sometimes it can be difficult when there are a lot of rocks or steep hatchbacks. This trail was awesome because it was a flat clear path and easy to run! There were hardly any families/people on the trail and when you get to the beach it opens up into this beautiful scenery. It was relaxing and simple! I was back to my campsite within 30 minutes!

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Second Beach Trail
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9 Completed 6 Reviews

Absolutely astounding!

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Second Beach Trail
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