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Lopez Island: Iceberg Point

San Juan Islands

Northern Puget Sound, Washington

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Lopez Island: Iceberg Point

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  • Agate Beach Park.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point Trail marking.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Trail through the woods.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point Trail.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Looking at the end of the trail.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Olympic Peninsula on the left of the trail.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Small rocky hill hike on the way to Iceberg Point.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point monument.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • The view from Iceberg Point.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Trail along the cliff from the point.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Overlook on the edge of the cliff.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • View from the cliff.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Mount Baker from Iceberg Point.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • A couple relaxes on the hike.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • The end of the trail.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point view to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point survey marker.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
  • Iceberg Point reference mark from the Treaty of 1908.- Lopez Island: Iceberg Point
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Pros: 
Great views. Secluded. Peaceful. Well marked.
Cons: 
Difficult to find.
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Region:
Northern Puget Sound, WA
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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Iceberg point is one of the main attractions of Lopez Island. It is a short hike with unparalleled and sweepingly spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains and the Olympic Peninsula itself. 

Just a short drive from the Lopez Village, it is reachable via a well-marked trailhead that starts after a short walk from the Agate Beach County Park parking lot. After walking on an easement through private property you will come across a post on your left pointing at the direction of the trail.

It is a well-trodden, graveled trail. Bikes are restricted after a certain distance, and there is a bike stand where you can lock your bike and then walk ahead. Follow the trail for a few minutes through the woods and you will arrive at the footsteps of an open field where the breathtaking, panoramic views from the cliff await.

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