Named for the rosy fragments of garnet that color its sands, this is one of the peninsula's most beautiful stretches of coastline. A short trail leads to the wave-beaten sands, where sea stacks, caves, rock cairns, tidal pools, and bony driftwood make it a favorite place for beachcombers, artists, and photographers. It's 28 miles south of Forks, off U.S. 101. Amenities: toilets. Best for: sunset; walking.
Kalaloch, Washington, 98331, United States