|| Photo from @pwittal || Cape Perpetua is located about 2 miles south of Yachats along U.S. Route 101. It is a typical Pacific Northwest headland, forming a high steep bluff above the ocean. At its highest point, Cape Perpetua rises to over 800 feet above sea level. From its crest, an observer can see 70 miles of Oregon coastline and as far as 37 miles out to sea on a clear day. || Image selected by @ericmuhr || via Instagram http://ift.tt/1NLn6lC

|| Photo from @oregonventure || The hike (or run) to the summit of Paulina Peak is steep but very easy and there is even a service road open during the summer that allows mountain bikes and vehicles to gain the highest ground. With about 1500 feet of elevation gain, the entire climb takes but a portion of the day. || Image selected by @ericmuhr || via Instagram http://ift.tt/1feYpm7