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Kalaloch Browns Point Trail

Parent Category: Hiking
in Coast
Created: 16 July 2014
Distance: 4 miles roundtrip
Elevation gain: 25 ft.
Highest Point: 25 ft.
GPS Coordinates: 47°36'46.4"N 124°22'34.3"W

Photo from Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Browns Point TrailThe pictures below will take you on a virtual hike along this gorgeous beach!


Wonderful sandy Kalaloch beaches are one of the numerous perfect places on the coast. They are located not far from the city, but the wild nature, rocks and great coves make this place peaceful and tranquil.

Photo from Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Browns Point Trail

Kalaloch Browns Point Trail is not difficult and can be hiked by the kids. Dogs are also allowed on Kalaloch beaches, but don’t forget about a leash. This place is also a great spot for bird watching. Travelers surely enjoy the views of soaring bald eagles, gulls and other coastal birds that can be found here.

Before hiking, be sure to check the tides, because some of the areas are not accessible during high tide. This information is available at the Kalaloch Information Center.

Photo from Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Browns Point Trail

The hike starts from the picnic area and goes along the wide and beautiful shoreline. Hikers say that on a clear day it is possible to see Hoh Head and Destruction Island.

When the tide is high you will be able to hike for about 1.5 mile, but if the tide is low, continue your hike. Look for a wonderful rock that you will go through. All the rocks here are named as Browns Point. Explore and enjoy them!

Browns Point is a perfect place to explore the ecosystem of this place. Here you will be able to encounter different marine inhabitants.

Photo from Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Browns Point Trail

Kalaloch is one of the most visited areas of Olympic National Park. Both Kalaloch and Ruby Beach are located in the southwestern part of the Olympic Peninsula coast. They are accessible directly off of Highway 101.

These pictures were taken on June 12, 2014

Directions to the trailhead:

From US 101

Follow US 101 to Kalaloch. Turn into Kalaloch Campground, which is located beyond the lodge and ranger station.

Click on the link below to get the directions:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Pavlo Petryshyn

Information: Marina Petrova

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