Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Take in the spectacular driftwood formations at Rialto Beach, a pebbly beach contained within Olympic National Park. It can be a bit of a scramble over logs and rocks to reach the beach, depending on the tide, but you'll be rewarded with great views. The picturesque beach offers a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from Washington's west coast. The driftwood, both onshore and offshore, casts interesting patterns on the ocean's surface. Photographers will enjoy spending time playing with angles and perspectives offered by the intersecting pieces. Plan your Rialto Beach visit and explore what else you can see and do in Olympic National Park using our Olympic National Park trip itinerary maker.
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The drive from Port Angeles to La Push is amazing and super scenic. The beach is so unique; lots of driftwood piled up - it is like sculpture all over the beach. We even saw 3 seals! It was an overcas... read more »
Praia de cascalho, sem areia mas que muito bonita e onde pode apreciar a dimensão da "Drift wood" . Bom passeio pela praia. Pena a agua ser gelada!Gravel beach, no sand but very beautiful and where you can appreciate the scale of the "Drift wood". Nice walk on the beach. Too bad the water be cold!show original
Scenery spectacular. You have to weave your way through and over trees and driftwood that have been washed up on the beach. We walked about 45/50 minutes from the car park to get to the rock pools and... read more »
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