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by gowest youngman
March 7, 2010
From journal Whale Watching and Searching for Mt. Baker
January 21, 2008
From journal Awesome Olympic Peninsula
December 22, 2004
On our first visit, it was stormy. We were the only ones on the beach, and we stayed out for as long as we could stand it before running for cover. Later that day, the sky had cleared, and we saw Rialto's other face, a golden-lit landscape that was far less sinister. The balmy weather led us to walk down the beach to Hole-in-the-Wall, a rock formation that forms a donut near the sea. At times people can get trapped on these rock outcroppings, so we kept our eye on the incoming tide at all times. When it seemed as if the tide was coming in quickly, we bid the beach farewell.
Entrance to Rialto Beach is free, and it is the most easily accessible of this area's beaches.
From journal Autumn on the Olympic Peninsula
by John G. Wilbanks
June 1, 2003
From journal Coastal Olympic Peninsula