The Bluff Trail is my favorite trail at Fort Ebey State Park, a park on Whidbey Island built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.
In full bloom this time of year, the trail to the top of the bluff is lined with Scotch broom bushes.
The view is outstanding from the top of the bluff!
Taking a break along the trail to enjoy the view, a large red tailed hawk soared over our heads.
Enjoying the view . . .
Driving directions to Fort Ebey State Park as well as a trail map can be found on the Washington State Parks, here – Fort Ebey.