North Coast Beach Travelway - current conditions, trailhead, map
Ecosystem Type: Pacific Coast, Coastal forest
Trail Tread Types: Primitive
General Elevation Trend: flat
Level of Difficulty: moderate
Distance: 17.1 miles
Elevation Change: 400 ft.
Best Season: All Year
Connecting Trails: Sand Point Trail, Cape Alava Trail
Stock: Closed to stock
Leave No Trace: Please Leave No Trace of your stay to help protect park resources and to prevent further camping regulations. Camp in established sites or on the beach above the high tide line.
Fires: Fires are not allowed Between the headlands north of Yellow Banks and the headlands at Wedding Rocks. In all other areas gather firewood from the beach only.
Wildlife Precautions: Save the Bears! Please learn how to properly secure your food to protect bears and yourself. Do not feed any wild animals! Food must be stored in a hard-sided container on the entire Olympic Coast. Containers may be rented at the Lost Resort near Ozette or at the 3-Rivers Resort near Mora.
Boardwalk trails are very slippery when wet. Headland trails, marked by orange and black targets, bypass areas that are impassable due to terrain or high tides. Some trails require climbing rope ladders which can be hazardous. Be wary of loose rocks that can fall from above. Rocks and logs can be slippery and can tip or roll.
Always hike with a tide chart.