There's such a myriad of choices for travelers along the Oregon Coast that it's tough to narrow it down when you only have a few days. Now reading others' posts about the sea lions not being in residence or a broken elevator, I feel doubly lucky to have experienced this natural wonder. There were two groups with me upon exit--one from UK and the other from China--and we all agreed with me that it is well worth it. My sister remarked that when she visited in summer, the odor was really overpowering, but in December I scarcely noticed it (although there was a complaint I overheard that a pregnant woman took one whiff and had to go back outside). The screened viewing area is small and people are waiting for someone to step away from the rail, but I was mesmerized and had to tear myself away. The video and informative displays were good. The scenic view, including Heceta Head Lighthouse in the distance, on the path to the elevator is awesome as well.
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