Bullman Beach Inn

Address: 1663 Highway 112 W, Neah Bay, Washington, 98357 , United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1663 Highway 112 W, Neah Bay, is near Cape Flattery Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Neah Bay

    Pushing to La Push

    A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 07, 2014

    49 photos

    ... The only thing I can compare it to was some of the hot springs that we have in Yellowstone which actually have the same kind of blue color to them. Just off the end of the dock we could see clear to the bottom of the lake! And the entire Lake was surrounded by mountains. It made for quite an epic scene. Like we had jumped into a fantasy tale or Jurassic Park. What also blew our minds after we found out was that Crescent Lake had actually been formed by ...

    Cape Flattery

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Sep 08, 2013

    16 photos

    ... additional charges'. As can Sarah Palin--we could see all the way to Canada--or was that Russia???. Anyway, Canada was just across the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

    We probably would NOT have done the hike out to the end of the Cape IF we had known the TRUE distances AND the fact that the inclines were pretty intense not to mention the CHALLENGE of the narrow dilapidated board walk through the jungle of trees ...

    Day one of road trip - to Olympic Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Aug 02, 2013

    3 photos

    ... you had to be there to appreciate it) and had a fried dinner at the Bay Cafe, the only place available! But we had had delicious and healthy salads at lunch which sort of compensated! No wifi or any reception here, but will post this and add photos in the next day or so. We are surrounded by fishermen here for the weekend, who will probably be up at the crack of dawn...so trying to sleep ...

    Next Up: the Big Pacific

    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 27, 2013

    6 comments

    ... actually close the bar if it's too dangerous to cross.

    The trick is to cross these bars in settled weather at high tide. In order to do this we have to first determine when high tide occurs at our next stop. Then we figure out how long it should take us to get there. Subtracting that time gives us an idea when we should leave. All in all, not an easy task when you are trying to use the wind for power.

    We always look closely ...

    Return, Day 15: Reunion with the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt on Sep 29, 2012

    36 photos

    ... age and wear from the tides... the largest rocks were maybe 8-12 inches, and the smallest 0.25". It was a site to see, and that wasn't all of it. Off shore standing guard were huge narrow towers of rock mountains, various shapes and sizes, reaching far above the water line... most with trees living on their plateaus. The whole scene was jaw-dropping, and it took a few minutes just to take it all in.

    The tide was high here, and so it ...