Camp was on the edge of a bluff, about 200 feet (60m) above the beach.
A Panoramio user has suggested that this photo's location be placed on the map as being in the ocean, among the pictured sea stacks. Panoramio's guidelines urge photo submitters to locate them where the photo was taken from, not at the subject. I located this where I was standing on the beach, looking north at the stacks.
The sign on this upside-down stump was placed by the Port of Tillamook Bay to warn against playing on the rocks. The mouth of Tillamook Bay is about 460 km (285 miles) south of here.
On a three-day backpack trip down the wilderness coast strip of Olympic National Park. There are several sections that must be passed at low tide. The tide is at about +2.8 feet/0.85 meter here.
Great scenery for a campsite, love the seastacks!
After crossing several lazy brown creeks on our hike down the coast, I was surprised how fast and clear the Hoh River is. Still carrying glacier flour from Mount Olympus, it's still racing when it reaches the ocean.
Ending a three-day backpack south from near La Push. The trail leaves the beach near here for a half mile through the woods to the road at the site of Oil City.
Trail ladder crosses the headland cut by Goodman Creek, Olympic National Park wilderness coast.
Leaving camp on the south shore of Toleak Point, Olympic National Park wilderness coast.
On the south shore of Toleak Point, Olympic National Park wilderness coast.