La Push Beach is a series of beach chains called Beach one, two, and three. Beach one is fourteen miles, beach two is thirteen, and beach three is twelve miles away from the town of Forks, located along the Pacific Coastline of Washington State, near the most western point of the continental United States.
What a stunning, almost unspoilt place. We were amazed by the volume of dead trees washed up on the beaches. The native American Quileute Tribe has lived in this area for over 1000 years which brings a sort of mystery and legend to the whole area. After enjoying all the surroundings we headed for Port Angeles for the evening and night before catching a ferry tomorrow to Vancouver Island