United States Cape Perpetua Viewpoint

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Greg Vaughn

About This Spot

Cape Perpetua (per-PET-choo-uh) was named by English explorer Captain James Cook during his voyage along the Oregon coast. A lookout at the top of the cape is the highest point on the coast accessible by car, with a panorama view that extends, on a clear day, nearly 30 miles down the coast and out to sea. The view to the east takes in the dense temperate rainforest of the Coast Range.

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