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Haystack Rock is a unique 235 feet monolith that attracts wildlife and tourists alike and is part of the Oregon Coast’s geological history, formed millions of year ago by lava flows that created many of the dramatic capes and headlands along the...more
Visiting this wondrous creation at low tide is so spectacular. On my last trip in May, I was rewarded with my first view of a puffin nesting on the rock. A gentleman that was with The Haystack Rock educational team found one through his telescope....More
One of our favorite places to go to watch puffins. Those little fat birds have to work their wings like crazy to keep aloft, but they sure are fun to watch. I guess there are a bunch of other types of birds there, too, but...More
Haystack rock is a fabulous sight as you walk along Cannon Beach. All the pictures you see do not do this rock justice, its way bigger then it looks. It fabulous to see the ocean crashing against it. So calming and beautiful.
Yep, it's a big rock all right . I never did find out how the hell it got there. It's definitely worth checking out in the whole reason to go to Cannon Beach. A shirt 10-minute walk and you can be out there at low...More