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Miles Creek Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Miles Creek Point, north of Cape Kiwanda (bobcat)


Miles Creek Point is a small promontory on Kiwanda Beach between Cape Kiwanda and Tierra del Mar. It can be difficult to get around at high tide, at which time you may have to walk along Sandlake Road. You can also scramble up the soft mudstone and over a notch if the water is not coming too far up the beach.

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