Captain Cook Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Cape Perpetua was “discovered” and named by Captain James Cook in 1778, but shell middens found along Captain Cook Trail indicate that Alsi Indians discovered the cape much earlier, camping here and gathering shellfish in summers between about A.D. 450 and 1620. With tide pools at low tide and the dramatic Spouting Horn at high tide, a walk on this short trail is appealing nearly any time of day."
--Bonnie Henderson, Day Hiking: Oregon Coast (The Mountaineers Books).
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