Located in the Makah Reservation, outside Olympic National Park near the town of Neah Bay. The short (¾ miles/1.2 km each way) trail leads through the forest to a viewing platform, perched on a cliff with a dramatic view overlooking the Pacific. Cape Flattery is the Northwest most point on the contiguous United States. To park at the trailhead, obtain a permit from the Makah Tribe. There is a restroom at the trailhead, and daytime parking for cars and RVs. Please pack out all litter. Permits are available at Makah Marina, The Museum at the Makah Culture and Research Center, Washburn's General Store, Makah Mini Mart, Makah Tribal Center, and Hobuck Beach Resort.
Last updated: June 29, 2022