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La Push

Updated 10/21/2013

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At the mouth of Quileute River, La Push is the tribal center of the Quileute Indians. In fact, the town's name is a variation on the French la bouche, which means "the mouth." Offshore rock spires known as sea stacks dot the coast here, and you may catch a glimpse of bald eagles nesting in the nearby cliffs.

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Rte. 110, 14 miles west of Forks, La Push, Washington, 98350, USA

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