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Very hilly climb and the lighthouse isn't open. Views of the mouth of the Columbia River are very nice. Only plus for taking the hike is passing by Dead Man's Cove, which is spectacular. Views of the lighthouse from the Center are sufficient.
This is the lighthouse that marks the north side of the Columbia River where it meets the Pacific. From the parking lot to the lighthouse is a little over a mile on (when I was there) a muddy and rough trail not okay for some...More
There is a non paved trail, so if it has been raining ( haha ) it may be slippery or a few muddy patches, still easily manageable for any age and completely worth it, $10 day pass required but works all parks in the area
Attempted the trail on a rainy day. Got about halfway. After much slipping and sliding and the trail becoming uneven and warned that it was worse ahead we decided to abort the mission to do a previous injury. Discovered that there was a perfect view...More
It is a bit of a walk .6 miles I believe up to the lighthouse. Part of the trail is winding and a little mudddy on a rainy day. But what lighthouse isn't worth a walk on a muddy trail. Oregon/Washington Coastal areas are raincoat...More
It is a short flat family friendly hike to this historic lighthouse that is being renovated. What a stunning view and a reminder our place in nature. It's easy to imagine the history of the area and what lighthouse work was like in the early...More
A beautiful lighthouse still in use. You can only view it from the outside as the Coast Guard still uses the building to monitor shipping entering the Columbia River. You can hike from the Interpretative center or drive around and park closer