Backpacking the Remote Pacific Coast of The Olympic Peninsula
Backpacking along the Olympic Peninsula’s Pacific coast is wonderfully primordial and remote. With few access points, and each located far away, the land is rugged and little traveled. Other than the requirement to get a permit in advance to be in the area, there are few restrictions to your movement and you can camp wherever feels good.
The journey offers wide open beaches, sea and land and air life, huge forests, silhouetted sea stacks, massive driftwood, contemplative sunsets, gnarly steep rope ladders, and a fun sense of adventure away from the cars and campgrounds.
Olympic National Park Peninsula Third Beach backpacking
Third Beach backpacking camp site
Watching scenery and Pacific Ocean waves
By Pacific Ocean waves with sandpiper birds
Enjoying the sea stacks near Scott’s Bluff
Scott’s Bluff steep rope ladders
Panorama between Scott’s Bluff and Strawberry Point
Beach rocks covered with intertidal life, and sea stacks further beyond
Strawberry Point sea stack
Strawberry Point sea cave (hidden and accessible at low tide)
Toleak Point beach and sea stacks
Toleak Point beach
Climbing the muddy steep rope ladders up over headlands along the coast
Sea stacks near Scott’s Bluff
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