This picture is taken facing north up the Oregon coast, but it's actually directed downward to try and give you an idea of just how high some of the cliffs along the Pacific Ocean can be, and I advise that you approach with caution. I do sometimes tend to get very close to the cliff's edge, but it's not before I've made every safety effort possible. As you can see, it's quite high up and the erosion from the waves along the cliffs is very noticeable. This same scenery can be found all up and down the coast, and the cliff's are a true testament to the constant attack by wind and rain. The area below in this picture can be reached by foot, and I've often seen people fishing in the tide pools which develop during the right tidal times. Again, it's not a place to experience alone and should you head to such coastal areas please be well-prepared and let someone know where you are going. Once again, it's a good 200 foot drop, and the sea is not at all forgiving.