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Lighthouse Point Loop

Intermediate
 4.6 (5)

Beautiful singletrack with many views of the oceans and rock outcroppings.


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Map Key

0.8

Miles

1.2

KM

Point to Point

70' 21 m

High

19' 6 m

Low

58' 18 m

Up

34' 10 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Swimming · Views

Description

Start at the southern most point of the Bowman Bay/Rosario Beach Trail and take the hard right leading to the west, which will loop around and immediately open up onto a double sided beach between Bowman Bay and Lottie Bay.

Hike on the path just above the sandy beach where the earth gives better footing. As you reach the forest, the trail will head to the left. Follow the trail up and over some rocks before it drops and heads due south. Soon you'll emerge from the trees with fantastic views of the ocean.

The trail loops around to the western side of the "island" with amazing views before reentering the trees. Soon the trail will make a sharp right and head down for a short while to close the loop.

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Tad Davis

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  4.6 from 5 votes

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Photos

Fog rolling over Deception Pass Bridge.
Jan 4, 2018 near Oak Harbor, WA
Deception Pass Bridge, from Lighthouse Point.
Jan 3, 2018 near Oak Harbor, WA
Another great view over the water to Desolation Pass. You can often see sea otters here playing in the water.
Oct 8, 2017 near Oak Harbor, WA
Typical trail section. Shady but with views of the water.
Oct 8, 2017 near Oak Harbor, WA

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