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Ozette Triangle Professional Review and Guide
"Because coastal trails necessarily tend to follow a narrow, linear landform, it is extremely rare to find a beach hike that forms a loop. The Ozette Triangle is a wonderful exception to that rule. Here, two diverging forest trails connect a superb section of scenic shoreline to form a nearly perfect triangle. But it isn’t merely the route’s shape on a map that makes this the most famous day hike or weekend backpacking trip on the Olympic Coast. People flock here to enjoy the abundant wildlife (including everything from sea otters to eagles), extensive areas of tidepools, wonderful beach campsites, American Indian petroglyphs, and coastal scenery. The trip includes some rugged hiking along the coastal leg of the triangle, but it is all great fun."
--Douglas Lorain, Top Trails: Olympic National Park and Vicinity (Wilderness Press).
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