No reading. The internet ends here. Do not read this blog post. This is a private article. Do not enter. Oh, hello! Sorry about that - I just wanted to prepare you for exploring Iceberg Point on Lopez Island. It's one of our favorite places in the Northwest and we almost missed it…twice…due to the secretive/no trespassing vibe that surrounds this gorgeous place!
First, park at nearby Agate Beach Park. Make sure to use the best composting toilet on the planet while you're there (pics below).
After parking at nearby Agate Beach and walking up a residential gravel road (hence the no parking signs everywhere), you'll almost miss your right turn unless you're looking out for the rusty, small, almost hidden Iceberg Pt. sign. From there, cross a few more warning signs and start down the path.
Luckily some super nice neighbors, including a really furry one, pointed us in the right direction. After a little of woods walking you'll arrive at fields overlooking the Strait. Cliffs jet down to the sea and you'll see the Olympics across the water. Look to the west and you'll be staring at Canada!
An amazing place. Totally worth the short hike from Agate Beach. We were here on a sunny summer day and the place was totally free of people. If you're anywhere close to Lopez Island you must come here!
~Paul, Amber, Sis, Mom, Furry-dude
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