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Iceberg Point, Lopez Island
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  • First of all, the directions to get to the point were pretty vague. Just remember to park at Agate Beach Park and walk on a private drive until you get to Bat and Ball Lane. To the right of that is an...  more »
  • If you have been to other islands or even just other parks on Lopez like Shark Reef, you might find you are walking a lot just to get a familiar view. You get all the way there just to find a light/bo...  more »
  • We spent a couple of hours walking along the coast and pausing to soak in the views. An absolute must when on Lopez 
  • Iceberg Point is a great place for hiking. Off the gravel road, look for the rusty saw that directs you to the trailhead behind the gate that looks like it could be private property. If you're on a bike, you can leave your bike at the bike rack about .5 mi on the trail. From there I suggest taking the trail to the post that marks the 7th turn from the 49th parallel. A little piece of history relating to The Pig War. To get there, stay left at the first fork, pass the bike racks, and make the first left on a single foot trail at the first sight of the ocean. You'll almost always find seal pups laying on the rocks below the rock cliffs. It's another great spot to see everything form whales, the Olympics mountain range, Victoria, or Blue Angels flying above. During the end of the summer season, watch out for yellow jackets. Most of the time, they want nothing to do with you. But I have been stung on this trail before. Just do not bring any meat with you.
  • Beautiful views and wildlife viewing. A must visit on Lopez Island!
  • Beautiful place, very few people.
  • Uncrowded, beautiful views and trails
  • Beautiful views