Kalaloch and Browns Point

Kalaloch, Washington 98331

Kalaloch and Browns Point

Kalaloch and Browns Point Professional Review and Guide

"The perfect introduction to the wild Olympic coast, this hike leads from Kalaloch’s wide, sandy beach to Browns Point over a jumbled collection of rock islands and surf-splashed cliffs. Although the highway is never far, towering bluffs and hidden coves give this area a remote feeling. Spend hours exploring this area’s extensive tide pools and headlands—perfect for children and Rover too.

Remember, the intertidal zone is a fragile ecosystem. Please don’t remove or disturb its inhabitants. Dogs permitted on-leash. Browns Point can only be rounded during low tides—consult tide chart."

Kalaloch and Browns Point Reviews

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6/19/2009
GORGEOUS beach, but be sure that the tide is out, or it's a no-go. Wonderful walk, but it probably took twice the time it should have- since we kept stopping to play! Tons of shells, pretty rocks, everything you can think of to make a beach hike interesting.
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Trail Information

Kalaloch
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
4 miles
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Year-round
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Olympic National Park, Wilderness Information Center
Local Contacts
Green Trails La Push No. 163S, Custom Correct South Olympic Coast
Local Maps

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Jul 2018