Just three miles south of Yachats, Cape Perpetua is the highest point on the Oregon Coast. A trail leads to a viewpoint and stone shelter at the very top of the cape and provides a 180-degree ocean view of unsurpassed beauty.
At the Visitor’s center you will enjoy exhibits, movies and whale watching from their spectacular observation area. The Center is open daily from Memorial Day until October and weekends during the winter. Ten wonderful hiking trails reach out from the Center, some going to the ocean and others inland through the rain forest. Visit the website for more information and maps and descriptions of each trail. Don’t miss walking the trails to tidepools, spouting horns, Cook’s Chasm, Devil’s Churn, the Giant Spruce Tree or the viewpoint at the top of the cape.
For one couple’s amazing photos and visit to Cape Perpetua visit their website: http://www.kevinandamanda.com/whatsnew/travel/the-waves-at-cape-perpetua.htmlCape Perpetua Visitors Center
2400 Highway 101
Yachats, Oregon 97498