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2nd Beach - La Push, WA
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15 Completed 6 Reviews

Loved this beach. Lovely hike through the woods. Very well maintained trail with light usage for a Wednesday. The beach itself was fantastic! One of the few I have encountered up here with soft sand and almost no rocks. The only issue I could see for someone with mobility problems would be the driftwood at the opening to the beach. Can't wait to go back...

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2nd Beach - La Push, WA
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Short hike down through the forest to a beautiful no car access beach. Staying for a sunset would be a bonus. May be challenging for those who cannot navigate steps well or the driftwood that washes ashore and sits at the end of the trail. Loved it here :)

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2nd Beach - La Push, WA
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! So much nature ☺

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Second Beach Trail
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3 Completed 4 Reviews

Had a great time camping on this beautiful beach.It was kinda packed that weekend as this was one of the "last hoorah's" of nice weather for the summer. A few things we learned...1)pack lighter(ie, a lighter tent,ours could have up to 10 or 12 peeps at a time in it,there were only 2 of us:) #2, Bring a hand saw of some sort!!!, we were chipping away at the driftwood logs to keep our fire going, there are no small search & carry sizes there.. #3 , spread your stuff out so no one can encroach too closely(the family next to us taught us this technique)#4, No need for the "bear containers" biggest threat of food invaders were the coons, which we never saw . .We will definitely go back again with these things in mind!!

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Second Beach Trail
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15 Completed 13 Reviews

A well-maintained hike with steps going down to the beach. Second beach is a beautiful location to view tide pools, sea stacks, wilderness camp, or just enjoy the sand. Lots of interesting wildlife, so make sure you check the tidal charts before you go so you can get really close to the sea stack tide pools. Even a great hike if there isn't suppose to be sun. We went with clouds and fog and the fog surrounding the sea stacks was simple amazing.

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Second Beach Trail
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5 Completed 2 Reviews

As good as it gets .. One of the most amazing surreal places I have ever set foot... The hike is short but has its challenges, but is worth every step.. Rangers were out in force so glad we got our bear cannister and permit .. What a magical place -

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Second Beach Trail
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

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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48 Completed 36 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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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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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