Updated: Apr 3, 2022
At Cape Flattery in the Makah Reservation on the Olympic Peninsula
The team at The Wild Dirt and close friends had an amazing adventure around the entire Olympic Peninsula. We were lucky enough to be able to see the northwesternmost point of the contiguous United States known as Cape Flattery. It is a rugged and beautiful area with saturated greens, wind swept cliffs, and all manner of animal life. Cape Flattery is also home to the Makah Reservation. To visit the edge of the United States you needed to purchase a permit from the reservation. The process was easy and so the crew continued on to hike Cape Flattery. There were many visitors, hikers, families, and photographers present during our visit. The terrain was well marked and not too rough.
Video By Dennis Fiore
Music cover by Mike List Bowed Vibraphone Harmony I (Cookfield -James Lyon) – John Cage From 44 Harmonies from Apartment House 1776
@Makah Cultural and Research Center – https://makah.com/