San Juan Islands

The San Juan Islands are a bucolic wonderland with a pace of life reminiscent of a time long passed on the mainland. Many drivers wave as they pass and you will receive one of the friendliest welcomes anywhere in the United States.

You ride on quiet lanes through lush forests, past small farms, and around coves where the sun sparkles off the water. The ferries between the islands are all part of the adventure: it is not uncommon to see seals, sea lions, porpoises and even orca whales breaching.


  • Quiet roads and hidden coves
  • San Juan, Orcas, Lopez & Shaw Island
  • Lime Kiln Lighthouse
  • Optional extras: Whale-watching tour or sea kayaking


TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelAll levels
SupportSelf guided
Daily distance15 – 40 mi
Total distance186 mi
BicycleNot included
MonthAny date between May and October
StartFriday Harbor
FinishFriday Harbor
States or countryWashington
Airport startSeattle-Tacoma International Airport
Airport finishSeattle-Tacoma International Airport

Starting from $ 2,510.00

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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