The pictures below illustrate the magnification available from the downloaded chart file without any pixillation.Download Washington Olympic Coast Chart
The Washington coast is a difficult coast to map for for the kayaker. The possible landing sites vary widely depending on the tide and the swell. Many beaches are sandy at high tide and rocky to one degree or another at lower tides. An easy landing spot at high tide is often difficult at low tide. There are a huge number of off-shore rocks that play a major role in the kayaking seascape, but their influence is variable depending on the tide and the direction and height of the swell. The relevant "micro" environments are hard to capture on a map.