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Iceberg Point

Puget Sound and Islands

Location

Puget Sound and Islands -- San Juan Islands
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Length

3.0 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Gain: 50 ft.

Rating

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A short loop hike to rock cliffs, with fantastic views out towards the Olympic Peninsula, and back toward other parts of Lopez. It is suitable for children, dogs on leash, and folks of all ages.

Highlights include: some gnarly, contorted trees for climbing; a warning light for ships on the rocks; views from the cliffs out to the Olympics; and some history. Iceberg Point used to be a reef net site, and locals could drive up to the site, and get fish off the boats right off shore.

Wildflowers are plentiful early summer and orca whales pass through off shore.

From the parking lot at Agate Beach County Park, walk uphill along the gravel road, past several houses. Look for the sign pointing to Iceberg Point high up on a telephone pole (with a handsaw pointing directions). Since you are walking through private property, be very respectful of these homes.

 

Iceberg Point

Map & Directions

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Co-ordinates: 48.4247, -122.8774 Open map in new window

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Puget Sound and Islands -- San Juan Islands

Bureau of Land Management

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Getting There

From the ferry terminal, follow Ferry Rd to Center Rd. Follow Center Rd. all the way to Mud Bay Rd, turn off of Mud Bay on Harbor Rd. and follow this road to the end. Park at a small lot at Agate Beach County Park.

 

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