TRAIL SIGNS AND WAYSIDES
Historic Vantage Point
From the Cape Flattery Trail, Makah Indian Nation.
The waters off Cape Flattery and Tatoosh Island have always been frequented by Makahs on seasonal fishing and hunting trips. Makahs have long been known as whale hunters, seal hunters and fishermen. From this vantage point Makah ancestors sighted early European expeditions searching for the Northwest Passage and the entrance to the Straight of Juan de Fuca.
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