At Cape Flattery you can hike to the northwesternmost point in the continental United States. A new trail was re-constructed in 1996, it is made of cedar planks, and creates a boardwalk that offers view points along the way.
It is an easy 3/4 mile hike takes about 30 minutes, and it is well worth the trip. At certain times of the year you can see orca and gray whales passing by the point. It can be very cold and windy, even during summer, so take a jacket.
The island that is visible in the distance is Tatoosh Island, with a lighthouse, nesting seabirds, marine mammals, and a diverse community of marine plants and animals. There are no human inhabitants on the island, access is only available via written permission from the Makah Tribe.
Follow highway 112 to Neah Bay, Take a RIGHT at the IHS Clinic/Presbyterian Church - go one block (and road starts to veer off in all directions) turn, LEFT and follow the signs to the Tribal Center. This road is paved and travel approximately 2 1/2 miles. The next landmark is the Makah Tribal Center, Go past the Makah Tribal Center for 1/4 mile then you come to a gravel road.
Continue on the gravel road for approximately 4 miles, you will see a sign "Cape Trail", stay LEFT and travel a short distance.