Shi Shi Beach via Shi Shi to Ozette River Beach Travelway
1 review Olympic National Park #3 hike out of 26 in
2 hrs 28 min
This is a easy one way trail in Olympic National Park.
This trail goes by Shi Shi Beach.
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This is a classic Washington experience. It's a wild coast, full of amazing scenery. Some small logistics to get through, but after that it's pretty straight forward. Visitors will need two permits: The Makah Recreation Pass, which can be purchased in Neah Bay at the General Store, Mini Mart, Marina or Museum. It costs $10 and is good for the calendar year. You will also need an Olympic National Park wilderness permit, available at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles or (when open) the South Shore Ranger Station at Lake Quinault. If you plan on camping, consider renting a park-approved bear canister at the Visitor Center in Port Angeles. As with all coastal hiking, use a tide table to plan your visit, and always be aware of surf conditions. Make sure you camp above the high tide mark.★ ★ ★ ★ ★
PNWRich: Shi Shi Beach
We were going to spend the weekend XC skiing in Methow but the weather was atrocious. Wow did that turn out for us. Weather was amazing and so was our trip. A lazy start had us traveling along the beach +/- 2 hours of high tide. We couldn't get out to Point of the Arches and had to play chicken occasionally with the surf on the way back but it was not prob otherwise. Such a great trip!