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  • A Quick Tour of the Dungeness Prairie

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description Cycling across the Dungeness Prairie might sound a bit daunting, but if you’re looking for a short, mostly flat, easy ride–most of which is on a paved bike path (well, multi-use–it is a segment of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT), after all)–through prairie, farmland, and woods, this section of Read more [...]

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    Olympic Discovery Trail Adventure Route

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Mixed: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Varied: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes
    Notice:
    • Fees Required
    • Seasonal Availability

    Description Officially called the Olympic Discovery Trail Adventure Route, locals refer to it as the OAT. Either way, it’s a 25-mile point-to-point singletrack trail from Hwy 112 to Lake Crescent featuring long inclines and descents along the way. The trailhead is next to a small parking area on Highway 112 Read more [...]

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    Fairholme-Sappho

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Mixed: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Intermediate: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description Fairholme-Sappho is a great loop route (out-and-back) for 50 miles on a gorgeous section of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT). Start is at the Fairholme campground at the west end of Lake Crescent.  If you begin at the lower parking lot, follow Camp David Jr. Road east to pick Read more [...]

  • Quinault Lake Loop

    Region: Southwest
    Icon Display - Surface Mixed: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Intermediate: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description The Quinault Lake Loop is a mixed surface route that starts and ends in Olympic National Park.  Skinny-tire road bikes will not like the “roughly” 11 miles of packed dirt/gravel–especially the six miles on the North Shore Road, which also has some steep-ish hills up and down, unpaved part Read more [...]

  • Forks to Kalaloch

    Region: Northwest
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Intermediate: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes
    Notice:
    • Fees Required
    • Seasonal Availability

    Description The route from Forks to Kalaloch (pronounced “Klaylock”) follows US Scenic Highway 101.  Overall, with due caution and attention, this is a safe route, but at various points the shoulders are narrow or, at bridges crossing the Bogachiel and the Hoh Rivers, non-existent.  You should also anticipate the occasional Read more [...]

  • Port Angeles Harbor

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Port Angeles Harbor road bike route follows a segment of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) that starts at Lake Farm Road and winds about seven miles through rolling forested hills and along the shoreline into downtown Port Angeles. One mile after leaving Lake Farm Rd, the trail drops sharply Read more [...]

  • East Hoquiam to Wishkah

    Region: Southwest
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description East Hoquiam to Wishkah is an easy road bike route initially posted in Ride With GPS by Bicycle Grays Harbor, an informal group of cyclists in Grays Harbor.  It’s described as “A nice loop route from Aberdeen, to Hoquiam, out the East Hoquiam road and back on the Wishkah Read more [...]

  • Mt. Muller

    Region: Northwest
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes
    Notice: Seasonal Availability

    The Mt. Muller mountain bike route starts at the trailhead parking area just north of US Highway 101 west of Lake Crescent.  If you park there, you’ll need to display a Northwest Forest Pass on each vehicle. It is a multi-use trail, so expect to see hikers and horse-back riders. Read more [...]

  • The Olympic Discovery Trail Starts Here

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) starts here in Port Townsend.  When complete, you’ll be able to ride nearly 130 miles west to the shores of the Pacific Ocean at La Push, but this route offers a short, mostly flat eight mile from the picturesque Victorian seaport south on what’s Read more [...]

  • Lower Skokomish River Trail

    Region: Southeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Lower Skokomish River Trail is a moderate to gradual mountain bike route that climbs 10 miles through old growth forest paralleling the south fork of the Skokomish River, ending at the Skokomish Upper South Fork trailhead before doubling back to the start. A valid Recreation Pass is required Read more [...]

  • Lower Big Quilcene

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Intermediate: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Lower Big Quilcene mountain bike route follows a multi-use trail on National Forest land near the small town of Quilcene.  Access to both the upper and lower trailheads is fee based. It’s a popular out-and-back trail that can also be shuttled from the Upper Big Quilcene Trailhead to Read more [...]

  • White Knuckle

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Expert: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description White Knuckle is part of the Dry Hill mountain bike trail network, located on Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) land and is maintained by the Olympic Dirt Society. Dry Hill is best known for its collection of downhill trails and the Northwest (NW) Cup race series. The trails Read more [...]

  • Sequim Bay West

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description  Sequim Bay West is a section of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) from Blyn west to Sequim.  Views of Sequim Bay, with fir, cedar, and big leaf maples sheltering the first several miles of the route make for a very pleasant, relaxed ride.  A new bridge across the ravine Read more [...]

  • Across the Miller Peninsula

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description Crossing the Miller Peninsula you’ll follow a portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT)  from the village of Gardiner to the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Center in Blyn.  The first mile and a half are on the shoulder of US Highway 101 and while traffic is often heavy with large Read more [...]

  • A Quick Route Through Sequim

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description Taking this quick route through Sequim is an easy, flat, six mile route that winds its way through the city streets from the start at Carrie Blake Park east of town, and then farmland and prairie to the west.  You’ll follow the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) all the way, Read more [...]

  • Port Townsend-Chimacum-Fort Flagler Road Route

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes

    Description Port Townsend-Chimacum-Fort Flagler is a moderately strenuous road bike tour of the valleys and shorelines of the Quimper Peninsula–basically three loops centered around the Chimacum parking area at Finn River Cidery where you start your ride. Refreshments and restrooms are available in Chimacum, Port Hadlock, Nordland, Port Townsend, and Read more [...]

  • Sequim-Happy Valley-Blyn Loop

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description The Sequim-Happy Valley-Blyn route is a local hilly workout with 2200 feet of climbing. Start in the Sequim Costco parking lot heading west on Washington Street to a roundabout, then south on River Road, warming up as you ride a slight grade up River to Happy Valley Road. Here Read more [...]

  • Chimacum-Toandos Peninsula Loop

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Road: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

     Description The Chimacum-Toandos Peninsula Loop is a classic 44-mile road ride that will take you through both the pastoral Beaver Valley area south of Chimacum on the Quimper Peninsula and the quiet, more remote roads of the Toandos Peninsula south of Highway 104. Additional mileage can be had at either Read more [...]

  • Robin Hill MTB Ramble

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description The Robin Hill MTB Ramble is located in an easy mountain biking area that can entertain you with numerous loops of varying lengths in a mostly wooded park in rural Clallam County. The trails are single- and double-track width, typically on hard-packed dirt, but short, muddier sections can occur, Read more [...]

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