Bob Creek Wayside, Lane County on the Oregon Coast: Leaning Rock Mystery
Upper Lane County - Florence to Yachats Virtual Tour, Oregon Coast
At this extreme southern end, you'll find a massive boulder leaning up against the cliff, creating an arch. Other small caves and large crevices lurk beyond here, with their accessibility depending on the tide.
Conditions change depending on season and year as well, such as sand levels. The middle photo shows the "arch" during lower sand levels; the bottom photo shows the area with higher sands.
Below: a cave-like crevice sits behind this arch, but a larger cave sits just on the other side. It's about the height of a smaller-than-average person.
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