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Ozette Loop Hike

Olympic National Park, WA
+1 360-565-3130
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Awesome Hike!

This is 9 miles round trip triangle. Two ways to get to the beach by trail which is mostly... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kelly B
Vancouver, Washington
Fleas and Deers and Bear, oh my

This was a very good hike ...the title is just expressing the sights of the day. We caught a... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2017
Vancouver, Washington
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“sand point” (15 reviews)
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“mile walk” (4 reviews)
Olympic National Park, WA
+1 360-565-3130

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is 9 miles round trip triangle. Two ways to get to the beach by trail which is mostly boardwalk and steps 3 miles each way and then you can walk 3 miles down the beach if you like to connect the hikes and make...More

Thank Kelly B
Reviewed 8 September 2017

This was a very good hike ...the title is just expressing the sights of the day. We caught a great weather day, a cool morning warming up into the 70s by mid-afternoon. Perfect. We hiked out to Cape Alava and, once out on the beach...More

1  Thank cctkMiller
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Great hike, well maintained trails in great condition except the way back from Sand point, lots of broken boards on the boardwalk, but that didn't take away any. 3 miles out on the Avalanche trail in the woods, then 3 miles on the beach, check...More

Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

We met people on the trail who were walking 50 miles per weekend! Needless to say they passed us on our 11.6 mile walk. The walk is NOT for anyone with handicaps or weak knees. The trails are easy to follow. Arriving at the Pacific...More

Thank DoloresJacoby
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Great Hike, easy and beautiful. This was my second of four stops to the extreme points in the lower 48. This been of course the westernmost point. First, if you have a nice sports car or a great handling sedan, you will absolutely love the...More

Thank bernardom636
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

This is a very easy hike and well worth it. It is fun to divide the loop into a three day trek with short 3 mile hikes each day. Start at the trail head and head to Cape Alava for the first night. Then for...More

Thank Daniel K
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

This is one of our favorite hikes to the ocean. There are two trails to the ocean, the one that goes to the right has a lot more board walk. We usually go in the off season or during the week days.

1  Thank JimandMissy R
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This is a beautiful walk from the ranger station out to the ocean and back, 3 miles each way. You can make the hike/walk 9 miles by going out towards Cape Alava, then 3 miles on the beach and loop back via Sand Point. It...More

Thank Michele H
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Did the loop. Did the first third of the loop. Did the second part along the beach. The trail back to the Ranger Station is not as clearly marked as we hoped - we lost a friend there for a bit, but overall, this is...More

1  Thank Msiran
Reviewed 28 February 2017

The trail is mostly a board wack with lots of steps! It opens up to a few meadows as you walk through. Once you reach the ocean, you are able to camp and enjoy the beach. Just make sure you are aware of the tides...More

2  Thank ImaCoug
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