In today’s virtual walking tour you will walk the cool summer beach of the PNW. We take you to the Oregon coast in this virtual travel walking video.

The Treadmill Walking Video:

Oregon Beach Walk – Cape Meares – Virtual Travel Walking Trails Treadmill Scenery – 4K City Walks

We start out in the wind swept dunes above the pacific ocean in the pleasant sun. The air is cool off the water as we look inland and spy some Roosevelt Elk. You can’t really see them in the video because of the distance but it was cool to see them anyway.

We then descend to the beach were we inspect a beached whale carcass swarming with flies and the swallows that eat them. The wind has half buried the carcass, returning it to the cycle of life.

Misty beach with waves and beach grass
The mist was hanging low to the water which makes for an eerie walk

As we walk southward along the beach, a foggy mist rolls in hiding the gentle waves and the rocky headland. It even collects on the lens and I have to wipe it clean several times. Still, the walk is pretty interesting if only for the eerie ambience. It’s like being anywhere and nowhere at the same time.

Cape Meares is a few miles down a narrow road from Tillamook and is a quiet long beach. Great for walking and just spending a pleasant summer day. Oregon has had the foresight to really load up their coastline with public state parks. It makes the coast so much more accessible, as it should be.
Oregon State Parks Site

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people walking along misty beach
Despite the mist and wind, plenty of people were out walking on the beach

More Oregon Walks:
Tillamook, Oregon Walking Tour and Treadmill Workout
Astoria, Oregon – Walking Tour and Treadmill Workout
Second Astoria, Oregon Walking Tour
Cannon Beach, Oregon Calming Beach walk
Cape Meares, OR Beach Walk


Wikipedia: Cape Meares is a small headland on the Pacific coast in Tillamook County, Oregon, United States. The cape forms a high steep bluff on the south end of Tillamook Bay, approximately five miles (8 km) northwest of the city of Tillamook. Much of the cape is part of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department-administered Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint with three miles of hiking trails, which includes the Cape Meares Lighthouse. The cape is named after John Meares, a British explorer.

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