Cape Alava, located in Clallam County, Washington, is the westernmost point in the continental United States. The cape has a longitude of 124�� 44' 11.8" W and is accessible by a 3-mile boardwalk hike from a ranger station.Continue Reading
Cape Alava is situated in Olympic National Park and the Ozette Indian Reservation near the Pacific Ocean. It was named after the Spanish commissioner Jos�� Manuel de ��lava.
The landscape of Cape Alava is rocky; however, it is surrounded by beaches with lush marine and animal life. In the late spring and summer, migrating grey whales may be spotted off the coast of Cape Alava.Learn more about Maps & Cartography