West End, Washington
The "West End" of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State is some of the wildest and most remote areas of America. It's also the northwestern most point in the contiguous United States. Considered one of the top ten beaches in the world, Shi Shi Beach is here. So is the world famous Hoh Rain Forest, where it rains an average of 140 inches per year. This is one of only a few temperate rain forests in the world, and a must see. The serpintine route west on Highway 112 to Neah Bay is possibly the windiest road in America. The West End is one of the most unique places that you'll ever visit.
Created in: 2004