There are 2 spurs of about 3 miles each on fairly level ground and boardwalks to get to the coast, which were easy and peaceful. The flora by and large on these spurs was not all that special. The middle spur, along the beach, is what makes this 9.3 mile walk worth doing. For starters, the driftwood, particularly at Sand Point, is even better than further south down the coast I felt. It consisted of sensational full logs in huge numbers along the beach. In fact, they made the hike challenging in parts just to get by them. We also saw a few seals near Sand Point and a bald eagle partway along the coastal segment.. There are petroglyphs about 2/3rds of the way to Cape Alava. This took about 6 hours to do since the coastal segment went slowly.
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