May 31, 2019 1 translation missing: en.blogs.article.read_time

Shi Shi Beach is one of the most northern beaches on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. The hike originates on the Makah Indian Reservation and requires a permit which can be purchased in Neah Bay at the General Store.  The hike to Point Arches, a mile long parade of sea stacks, is about 8 miles round trip and can be extremely muddy.   If you staying there past sunset and are not camping make sure you have plenty of light (flashlight/headlamp) to make it back in the dark.  The return hike was definitely slow going and cumbersome but well worth the trip.  Here are a few images from the beach near and around Point Arches: