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Cape Flattery Scenic Byway

Listed under Coastlines in Washington D.C., United States.

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Cape Flattery is said to be one of the most beautiful and scenic places in the area and is located in the Makah Indian Reservation. Cape Flattery is located in the most northern part of the United States.

There are 5 different perches where observers can view wildlife such as whales, seals, otters, sea lions or just enjoy the view of this beautiful body of water. There are also views on these perches of Tatooish Island- the old whaling and fishing camp of the Makah.

There are opportunities here for hiking on beachside land, biking or just driving the beautiful Cape Flattery. Neah Bay, Washington is the closest town to the cape and Forks, Washington, the setting of the Twilight novels, is 40 miles away.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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