liked it all-and we had wonderful weather ! just go there and enjoy the bluffs and beaches--take your kite
This is one of my favorite places. I bring all my visitors here to walk Ebey's Bluff. Everyone is always thrilled with the views and the natural beauty surrounding the hikers/walkers. It's a place where children and dogs can interact with everything they see.
the scene is beautiful. we learned coupeville is the 2nd town set in WA and we could imagine what it looked like by visiting this historical reserve
Driving or waking through the reserves opens one up to the early days on Whidbey Island. The farming and old homes reminds us of a time past. With Coupeville nearby, food and other facilities are readily available.
This hike along a bluff overlooking the ocean is stunning! There are more trail details at http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/ebeys-landing. There is parking at the Ebbey Praire area, which I don't think requires a Washing Discover parking pass (this parking area is up on the hill). There is more parking at the bottom of hill at intersection of Ebey's Landing Road and Hill... More
We have driven past Ebey's Landing State Park many times, but had never stopped. I'm glad we finally made time. The bluff trail is superb. The views are fantastic (like seeing eagles soaring below you) and although fairly steep, the trail is not too strenuous. There is a great view of the Olympic Mountains and Port Townsend across Admiralty Straight.... More
Our walk down the beach was accompanied by the songs of a seal.Iit was great. We also had the opportunity to see eagles soar overhead. It was inspirational. My only word of warning is to double check the rules at the sign-in station. We accidently paid the one day fee on a national holiday. :(
We were looking for a place to stretch our legs and the TA reviews were absolutly spot on. This is a wonderful hike with views from the bluff that are amazing. We didn't do enough homework, so we didn't leave enough time to do the whole walk. The link below is to more information that will help you plan your... More
We have hiked at Ebey the last two times we have been on the island. Great along the beach or on top of the bluff/cliff. Steep descent onto the beach and you leave with some sand in your shoes. We have been lucky to be there on clear days and you can see forever.
Amazing views, almost like being on open ocean, sea air, surf, hiked along the bluff, then scrambled down to the cliff and walked back on the beach. Its my "go to place" to relax and revive my spirt.
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