Cape Lookout State Park Beaches: Wild, Wondrous Skies, Trees
Three Capes Loop Virtual Tour, Oregon Coast: Oceanside, Netarts, Tierra Del Mar, Pacific City
Something about Cape Lookout State Park seems especially conducive to stunning skies. Sunset along these soft, sandy beaches can fire up these clouds just offshore and at times create incredible reflections in the wet strand closer to the tideline.
Massive, soaring trees here at Cape Lookout– stripped bare from the middle downwards by constant winds and wild conditions – offer up impressive silhouettes during such sunset moments. Grand and stately in stature, these are monsters by most Oregon coast arboreal standards.
The beach goes on for about a quarter mile to the south, but several miles to the north, becoming less and less hospitable to the hiker as it thins out closer to the Netarts Spit, getting a bit dangerous.
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Central Oregon Coast's Yachats and Florence in December, January
10 Dec 2017 at 9:41am
Held at the picnic shelter at Yachats Commons. December 27 ? 31. Winter Whale Watch Week. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cape Perpetua Visitors' Center and Cook's Chasm. Just south of Yachats, Oregon. Whalespoken.org. January 1. Yachats New Year's Day Peace Hike.
Supermoon Above Portland, Oregon, the Coast Sunday Night
2 Dec 2017 at 9:15pm
High vantage spots like Cape Foulweather near Depoe Bay or the Neahkahnie Overlooks at Manzanita provide dramatic reflections on the water along with the massive vistas. If you do head out on the beach at night, carry a flashlight to keep an eye on the tides.
Sun and Some Wild Waves for Oregon Coast This Week
2 Dec 2017 at 6:23am
Great places to watch waves smack the rocks are around Yachats, Depoe Bay, Cape Kiwanda, the overlooks at Silver Point just south of Cannon Beach and Oceanside. Stay far from the waves, however, especially any rocky ledges where the waves are washing over ...
Bull Kelp and Their Holdfasts: Wacky World of Upside Down Forests on Oregon C...
30 Nov 2017 at 7:35am
You can see them much easier next to rocky cliff areas that run deep, like around Depoe Bay and its coves. Here, and at around Cape Foulweather, is where you most often see the little brown/green bald heads bobbing in the ocean ? and that's when people ...