Whidbey’s Kettles Trail System

Whidbey and the Puget Sound are a hot-bed of great rides and trails.  Whether you’re a beginning rider, physically challenged rider or expert rider there’s a trail or road route for you. 


Especially close to WIBC’s heart is the Kettles Trail.  With over 30 miles of level to moderate hills, the Kettles is a great riding experience for all level riders, with ample paved miles and lots of dirt trails. 

Carved out by the retreating Vashon Glacier at the end of the last ice age, the Kettles were created by big chunks of ice that broke off from the glacier and were buried by other debris the glacier was leaving behind.  As the ice melted the heavy chunks created deep trenches on the ground, those are the Kettles.  


A fun and beautiful place to ride, the Kettles Trail System weaves through central Whidbey and Ebey’s National Historic Reserve.  You can’t beat the views or the varied terrains. 

Click on map for a printable PDF 

WIBC members are proud to provide volunteer hours to keep the trails in safe conditions.


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