Amazing Camping Spots In Washington. TOP 20
Amazing Camping Spots In Washington. TOP 20: Mount Rainier National Park, Olympic National Park, Bainbridge Island, Moran State Park, Mount St. Helens, Neah Bay. Lake Chelan, Deception Pass State Park, North Cascades National Park, Lake Crescent. Clallam Bay. Baker Lake. Coldwater Lake. Columbia Hills State Park, Lacamas Lake, Palouse Falls State Park, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Palmer Lake. Lena Lake, Washington Park
Pacific Coast - Washington State
Second and First Beaches on a beautiful windy and sunny day.
Top 10 most secluded towns in United States of America. Some Footage from FreewayJim
Top 10 most secluded towns in America.
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Visit to Harrington & Davenport, Washington 3-16-13
Gary, Cameron and Kris travel to Eastern Washington on March 16, 2013 to visit Peter Davenport, talk about UFOs and visit Peter's underground Atlas missile silo.
Neah Bay WA The End Of The Road ans Lake Quinault .wmv
The name Neah refers to the Makah Chief Dee-ah, pronounced Neah in the Klallam language. The town is named for the waterbody Neah Bay, which acquired its name in the early 19th century. A number of names were used for the bay before it was established as Neah Bay. In August 1788 Captain Charles Duncan, a British trader, charted a bay at the location of Neah Bay, but did not give it a name. In 1790 Manuel Quimper took possession of the bay for Spain and named it Bahía de Núñez Gaona in honor of Alonso Núñez de Haro y Peralta, viceroy of New Spain. In 1792 Salvador Fidalgo began to build a Spanish fort on Neah Bay, but the project failed within the year. While Fidalgo was working on the fort George Vancouver charted but did not stop at the bay. American traders called Neah Bay Poverty Cove. In 1841 the United States Exploring Expedition under Charles Wilkes mapped the region and named Neah Bay Scarborough Harbour in honor of Captain James Scarborough of the Hudson's Bay Company, who had provided assistance to the expedition. The Wilkes map contained the first use of the word Neah, but for the bay's island, now called Waadah Island. The bay was first called Neah in 1847 by Captain Henry Kellett during his reorganization of the British Admiralty charts. Kellett spelled it Neeah Bay.
The local economy is sustained mostly by fishing and tourism. During the summer Neah Bay is a popular fishing area for sports fishermen. Any visitor to the Makah land must buy a recreational permit for US$10. The permit is good for the calendar year.
Fishing for bottom fish, such as ling cod, kelp greenling, black rockfish (sea bass),china rockfish, yellow eye and canary rockfish among others. Ling cod is good in spring and summer, while salmon fishing is good during summer runs. However - Neah Bay is mostly known for the best halibut fishing in the lower 48 states. The US halibut season generally lasts a handful of days in May and June, ending when a seasonal quota is attained. When the US halibut season is closed, some fishermen obtain Canadian fishing licenses and launch from Neah Bay, running approximately 10 miles (16 km) to the portion of Swiftsure Bank that lies in Canadian waters.
Popular spots for halibut include The Garbage Dump, located just inside the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Swiftsure Bank - a few miles out into the open ocean. Larger boats (including many of the commercial charter boats available) often travel 30 nautical miles (60 km) or more into the open ocean, to such places as Blue Dot and 72-Square.
Neah Bay's significant attraction is the Makah Museum. It houses and interprets artifacts from a Makah village partly buried by a mudslide around 1750 at Ozette, providing a snapshot of pre-contact tribal life. The museum includes a replica long house, canoes, basketry and whaling and fishing gear.
Cape Flattery | Neah Bay, Washington
Cape Flattery is the most northwesterly tip of the contiguous lower 48 States. Four observation decks on the Cape Flattery Trail provide spectacular views of the rugged rocks, birds, and jade waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Pacific takes on many hues depending on the weather and cloud cover from steel gray to light pink or yellow at sunset. Watch for gray whales off the Cape and sea lions on Snake Rock just east of Tatoosh Island.
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Pacific northwest , Neah Bay
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Hiking The Border - Point of Arches, Cape Flattery - PNW Vlog
This video was really fun to make. Going to places I've never been. Point of Arches was amazing. I knew that along the shoreline there were sea stacks, but nothing quite like these. Cape Flattery was awesome! The most Northwest point people can go in the United States.
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Most North Western Point of the U.S. Pacific coast Washington State_2
Most North Western Point of the U.S. Pacific coast Washington State
Ozette Lake-Cape Alava-Sand Point Loop @ Olympic NP, WA 032115
Here is a cool hike: the 9+ mile triangle loop hike from the Ozette Lake trailhead to Cape Alava, down the beach to Sand Point and return back to Ozette Lake. I spent a long weekend in Port Angeles, where the day before I took the M/V 'Coho' to Victoria and walked over 10 miles around that town and day after this hike, I did 10 miles on the Olympic Discovery Trail out of Port Angeles. Anyhow, I left P.A. at 5:30 AM and drove out 78 miles in the dark with heavy rain much of the way out to Ozette. I left early to catch the low tide to make it around a couple of the headlands. It was pretty rainy on the hike out to Cape Alava and I arrived there about an hour after the low tide (-.5 ft.), but had plenty of time still to make it south to Sand Point at a steady pace (except for shooting these scenes). I have hike this a couple of times in the past going the opposite direction as part of backpack trips (staying at Sand Point). There was a huge dead sea lion between the two headlands on this beach hike section. There were also numerous eagles, ravens, crows, gulls, also a blue heron, a pair of varied thrushes among other birds. As you will see in this video, there were deer at Cape Alava and Sand Point (also near the Ozette trailhead, but not scene here). The weather was more pleasant on the 2nd half of my hike. The interesting thing about these trails going to the coast here, they are elevated on boardwalks on much of the way, some has been replaced with elevated gravel pathways. The boardwalks however can be slick when wet and I used a pair of Duenorth trackers - and had no slippage whatsoever! I just removed the while hiking on the beach. Although this can be a real popular hike, there were very few other hikers this day! Much of the small streams have brown water, which is from tannin the comes from all the trees in this area. It actually filters out quite well. There were Skunk Cabbage starting to bloom along the way. So please enjoy this view of another unique Washington treasure!
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