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|Trail Name||Ebey's Landing|
|Nearest City||Oak Harbor|
|Distance||5.6 Miles Round Trip|
|Elevation Gain||260 Feet|
|High Point||260 Feet|
|Trip Reports||Ebey's Landing|
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Probably one of the most gorgeous beach hikes you will ever do! With views of the Olympic mountains across the sound to Mt. Rainier to the south. This beautiful grassy hill side will take you along the top of the bluff and switch back you back down to the beach for some drift wood searching on the stroll back to the car. Truly a must for everyone!
How to get there
You can access Ebey's Landing from the North Bridge, Mukilteo / Clinton Ferry & the Port Townsand / Keystone Ferry. To drive over Deception Pass Bridge in the North, take I-5 to Burlington and turn west, onto SR-20 towards Anacortes. Follow signs and proceed on SR-20, crossing Deception Pass Bridge, through Oak Harbor, to Coupeville. One block north of Main Street in Coupeville is Ebey Road. Turn South on Ebey Road and drive to the sharp corner at the waters edge. You will find the parking lot on your left(North).Google Map
Travel past the information board and take the wood staircase that heads uphill to the top of the bluff. You will be on a packed sand trail on the edge of a field. Continue up hill traveling north and you will reach a fence in about 0.5 mile. Continue past the gate along the ridge for about 2 miles and the trail will switchback down to the beach. From here head back south on a small trail along Perago's Lake or cut over to the beach and travel back on the sand.
The trail really doesn't change, the trail is packed sand and can get a little bit of muddy in places. But it is usually in really good condition.
Fees, Permits, etc.
- No parking or trail permit needed.
After the Hike
Head back up the road to Coupeville and you will find some really good food.