Olympic Discovery Trail

Decades in the making, the Olympic Discovery Trail follows an old logging rail way along the northern portion of he Olympic peninsula. We take advantage of over 80 miles of the completed trail, keeping you off the sections where it follows busy roads. Pedal with the snow-capped Olympic Mountain Range on one side and the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the other. And no logging trucks! We circumnavigate the peninsula, beginning at Lake Quinault ( home to six species of record-sized trees!) before heading north and then east around the peninsula, stopping at Kalaloch, Ruby Beach, the Hoh Rain-forest, Forks (setting for the Twilight series), Lake Crescent, and Port Angeles before hitting the high point of the tour (and the peninsula) at Hurricane Ridge. We also get off our bikes to take a closer look at things, hiking in ancient forests, on the beaches, and through sub-alpine meadows. Enjoy waterfront lodging for three nights and stay in two National Park lodges. Finish the week with a coastal bike ride and beautiful ferry ride straight into the heart of the Seattle waterfront.

Highlights

  • Olympic National Park
  • lake Crescent
  • Hoh Rainforest
  • Hurricane Ridge

Details

TypeRoad bike, Hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelEasy
SupportGuided
Daily distance25 – 35 mi
Total distance 124 mi / 200 km
Group sizeMaximum 13
LodgingHotels
BicycleIncluded
MonthJuly, August
StartSeattle
FinishSeattle
States or countryWashington
Airport startSeattle-Tacoma International Airport
Airport finishSeattle-Tacoma International Airport

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