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||Get yourself over to the Olympic Peninsula and drive north
on US 101 to Kalaloch and find yourself a pull off to park and head down to
||4 Miles Roundtrip along
||8 out of 10,
||Did not try
||Pacific Ocean, sand
||Printable Topo Map
Kalaloch Beach is a great hike any time of the year, especially when
the weather cooperates. Make sure you put your gators on before hitting the sand or you
will be sorry.
Once on the beach we headed north, the views are great. We hiked up the
beach far enough to get away from the hordes of people. We had the beach
virtually to ourselves.
It was a beautiful weekend to do this hike so we did not pitch a tent. we
found were the last high water mark was and camped above that. Sleeping under
the stars on a clear night on the beach is a priceless memory. In the middle
of the night high tide hit, the waves were about 10 feet from our sleeping
bags. The sound of the surf was awesome!
Make sure you bring a frisbee.
Fishing- We did not try but there were a lot of people down there catching
perch and other fish out of the surf.
Do it again? Yes
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