Mile 33

North of Otter Point, south of Hubbard Mound
Curry County

Latitude: 42.470755027319
Longitude: -124.423550079940
Vehicles:
  • Motor vehicles are prohibited from the Nesika Beach headland (42° 29.8284', Mile 34), southerly to (42° 27.5022', Mile 31), a point approximately one-third mile south of Otter Point.
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North of Otter Point, south of Hubbard Mound
Mile 33 Reports (16)

2017

May 4, 2017 - Bob Harvey

This is my first time here. 2 friends accompany me. We descend down the Northside of Otter Point on a badly eroded trail, with the welcome assistance of a rope. See first picture. The stretch is characterized by 50 to 75 ft bluffs topped with trees and occasionally  a private...read more

  • Coast Trail descending to beach
  • Landslide
  • Damaged private steps from unseen home above to the beach
  • Massive beach boulders
  • Bi - colored rock
  • Erosion and small stream
  • Threatened home, bank stabilization in process

2010

December 16, 2010 - B Edgar
Great afternoon on the beach. Blue sky & light breeze. Our female Peregrine Falcon was keeping watch today! Lots of western gulls in the drift line feeding. The driftwood has really piled up on the point. One other human track on the beach.read more
May 10, 2010 - B Edgar
Calm surf today.2 Peregrine falcons !4 adults & 1 juv. Black Oystercatchers1 Western gull nestThe sand is coming back from this winter Lots of trash ( rope, bait holders etc.) from the crab boatsread more
January 14, 2010 - B Edgar
The high tide and large swell last week has eroded the cliff face somewhat. Most of the sand on the beach that was in place all summer and fall has been swept away from the south part of mile 33.read more

2009

October 15, 2009 - B Edgar
Beautiful warm evening lots of Western Gulls heading south.read more
April 3, 2009 - B Edgar

Little activity:  5 people, 1 dog, 2 Black Oystercatchers.  No significant changes to report.read more

January 3, 2009 - B Edgar
Some small landslides after over 10" of rainOcean is very muddy from the outflow of silt from the Rouge River. Huge amount of new driftwood from the flooding.read more

2008

October 24, 2008 - B Edgar
very little litter on the beachA very nice dayread more
September 14, 2008 - B Edgar
A buildup of sand has taken place in the last 2 months from the steady north windA feral cat was seen hunting on the cliff faceVery little trash on the beachone dead juv. db cormorantread more
August 9, 2008 - B Edgar
More sand has moved in after the strong north winds. Not much debris this timeread more
May 13, 2008 - B Edgar
harbor sea pup may have been killed by the 3 roaming dogs as the dogs were vary aggressive and pup was only dead a few hours. I called the dogs owners & he said he would put a gate on the stairs to the beach to prevent the dogs from...read more
March 2, 2008 - [email protected]
Plesant warm day on the beach, some areas of beach were rocky but in general large amounts of sand remain despite the winter storms. Signs of minor slumping of the bottom 20 feet of the bluff. Not a lot of wild life in evidence, tidepools largely barren except for a...read more
February 27, 2008 - B Edgar
3 adult Black Oystercatcherslots of small bits of plastic on beachread more

2007

December 27, 2007 - [email protected]
Quite day on the beach, deserted, expected erosion in sandstone/slate composition bluff from strong storm surges observed, very few birds in evidence, normal seaborne debris seen: floats, rope, shoes, plastic bottles, collected one 30 gal trash bag of debris. in general nothing alarming observed on the beachread more
November 21, 2007 - B Edgar
One dead sea lion, total length 83", it has been dead about a week. Not much litter on the beach after the big storm last week! Lots of driftwood. On Nov. 5 I counted 21 Black Oystercatchers on ONE rock on this mile!read more
September 15, 2007 - B Edgar
8 of us helped out on the SOLV beach clean up. We picked up quite a pickup load of trash and tires.read more