Ruby Beach along the Kalaloch coastline in the Olympic
National Park is one of the most spectacular beaches along
the Washington coast. The beach has an offshore island and
collection of rocks in the surf, bright red cedar logs litter the
beach, Cedar Creek flows into the ocean at this spot, and the
beach is backed up by high cliffs with a windswept forest
clinging to the heights.
The beach surface is mostly rock mixed with some sand.
We walked here a mile south, dodging the surf, where you
get a view of further rocks out in the ocean. In the far
distance to the south lies Destruction Island topped by a
Take a Walk on Ruby Beach
by Bob Kelly
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