The Crying lady

Posted by Ken Campbell May 6, 2011 0 Comment 1444 views

Just south of La Push is a stack known as Crying Lady Rock. It’s an easy walk-out at low tide and at higher water levels, it can provide kayakers with some sporty waves and rips as the sea comes and goes around it. The name comes from the shape of the rock (which is alleged to look like a woman’s face – I don’t see it), and from the way the water runs down the slope of the stone.

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