Iceburg Point - Lopez Island

Lopez Island, Washington

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Combine this trip with a kayak trip along the south shore of Lopez Island to hike 1 mile of windswept bluffs with expansive ocean views. Iceberg Point, owned and maintained as an Area of Critical Concern by the Bureau of Land Management, contains some of the most spectacular landscape on Lopez Island, encompassing the open, rugged bluffs and rocky coast of the south shore of the island. Until an overland access point can be secured, your best bet for exploring this area is by kayak. You’ll find a small pebble beach on the north side of a small cove just north of Iceberg Point and its channel marker for landing.
San Juan Islands: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors

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San Juan Islands: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors

by Dave Wortmand (Falcon Guides)

Combine this trip with a kayak trip along the south shore of Lopez Island to hike 1 mile of windswept bluffs with expansive ocean views. Iceberg Point, owned and maintained as an Area of Critical Concern by the Bureau of Land Management, contains some of the most spectacular landscape on Lopez Island, encompassing the open, rugged bluffs and rocky coast of the south shore of the island.

Until an overland access point can be secured, your best bet for exploring this area is by kayak. You’ll find a small pebble beach on the north side of a small cove just north of Iceberg Point and its channel marker for landing.

© 2005 Dave Wortmand/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lopez Island
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
Season: Best spring through fall
Driving Directions: Directions to Iceburg Point - Lopez Island

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