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Schooner Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Rock "causeway", Schooner Point, and Cape Foulweather beyond, Moolack Beach (bobcat)


Schooner Point is a headland near the south end of Moolack Beach. The Point cannot be rounded at high tide. South of the point, however, the beach at Starfish Cove is composed almost entirely of fossil studded wave cut platforms and rock formations.

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