Cycling

Cycling Events

2017 Cycle Events on the Olympic Peninsula

March 11 & 18: Tour de Dung(eness) 
Road Races Two single-day races in Sequim. Contact Mike VanDoren 360-775-7796

Port Ludlow Area Trails

Port Ludlow Area Trails

A County Commissioner’s Favorite Hiking Trails
By John Austin  

Ludlow Falls Scenic Interpretive Trail  

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
47° 53' 28.7952" N, 122° 43' 55.1532" W
See map: Google Maps

Port Townsend Area Trails

Port  Townsend

 Area Trails

By Karen Anderson

Fort Worden State Park

 

Where:   About 2.5 miles from the Port Townsend Visitor Center. 

· North on Sims Way, Turn left onto Kearnery

· From Kearney, turn right on Blaine

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
47° 53' 28.7952" N, 122° 43' 55.1532" W
See map: Google Maps

Experience the beauty and thrill of this picturesque landscape

Don the helmet and clip into your pedals, for there is no shortage of road or trail from which to experience the beauty and thrill of this picturesque landscape.

Location

Mason County WA
United States
47° 45' 3.8664" N, 120° 44' 24.5004" W
See map: Google Maps

Olympic Discovery Trail

A paved trail system that connects Port Townsend on Puget Sound to the Pacific beaches at La Push is 70% on abandoned Railroad grade. The trail is growing as sections are completed and is being constructed as a non-motorized corridor, including equestrian use in most areas. When completed, the trail will cover 120 miles and will be one of the longest trail systems in the US.

A year-round opportunity to explore the beautiful scenery edging the northern Olympic Peninsula along the historic route of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroads.

Bicycle Sales, Rental and Tour Sources

The following businesses offer bicycle rental , sales and tours on the Olympic Peninsula. Many also offer service and repair. There are miles and miles of scenic cycling trails to enjoy during your visit.

Sound Bike's & Kayak's

120 East Front Street

Port Angeles, WA 98362

360-457-1240

Biking the Quilcene, Brinnon, Hood Canal Area

The Quilcene/Brinnon area is popular with road and mountain bike enthusiasts alike. The area provides scenic roads and challenging mountain bike trails. Whether you enjoy casually peddling along beach-side towns, down-hilling mountainous terrain, or touring the entire Olympic Peninsula you will find the Quilcene/Brinnon area to be an excellent biking environment. Visit the Port Townsend Bicycle Association website for complete information at www.ptbikes.org, or stop by the Olympic National Forest Visitors Center in Quilcene for free state, county, and back country biking maps.

Location

Brinnon, WA, 98320
United States
47° 40' 49.782" N, 122° 53' 57.336" W
See map: Google Maps

Cycling

Cyclists will find all kinds of terrain, from rugged mountain biking to relaxing family rides. Port Townsend has lots to offer for bicycling. Don't miss the Rhody Bicycle Tour in Port Townsend in the second week of May. Farther west, the Spruce Railroad Trail on Lake Crescent's north shore is an easy trail, great for enjoying the lake. The Olympic Discovery Trail is partially paved but level, and at present stretches from Port Angeles to Sequim. More technical rides include the Foothills Trail south of Port Angeles, and the Mount Mueller Trail west of Lake Crescent.

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