Ediz Hook WA

by Aaron

Clear marble, yellows, and an opaque red!

Clear marble, yellows, and an opaque red!

~ sea glass catch of the day submitted by Aaron from Seattle, Washington

Beautiful day in Port Angles, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula.

My kids loved the south side of the hook with the crabs and craft quality glass in abundance.

My wife and I loved the rocky North side with these pieces.

~ sea glass catch of the day submitted by Aaron from Seattle, Washington

Driving Instructions to Ediz Hook:

Get on Highway 101 north on the Olympic Peninsula.

Stay on it into Port Angeles.

In Port Angeles do not make any turns. Do not follow the 101 signs once you are in Port Angeles.

Keep going straight.

Keep going straight.

Keep going straight.

You will now have gone through downtown Port Angeles, past the marina, and will be as far as you can go on Ediz Hook. There is a Coast Guard station at the tip, so you'll park just before that.

Now - you're ready to walk either side and either direction.

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Tide Chart for Ediz Hook, Washington

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Feb 24, 2010
Ediz Hook ROCKS
by: Harley

I live in Port Angeles and Ediz Hook is my "natural hunting grounds" for seaglass.

However, this past sunday we went to McCurdy Point from North Beach in Port Townsend and had a wonderful time.

The sun was out and the glass was everywhere! Happy hunting to ya!!

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