From his bikingbis.com blog Gene Bisbee wants us all to enjoy the Olympic Discovery and Olympic Adventure Trails. These trails keep growing and improving for the benefit of all age and level riders! Whoop!
Now that winter is coming to an end, it’s getting time to suit up, load the bikes, park and ride or drive on the ferry, and hit the trails on the Olympic peninsula. Great days await riding the trails that skirt the Olympic Mountains and the communities along the shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and inland toward the national park area.
bikingbis is a great blog and Gene Bisbee is one of the best Pacific Northwest biking bloggers – get hooked up on the Olympics with his latest post by clicking the his picture or go >here.
Thanks for the great info Gene! Happy biking !
The Adventure portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail runs from the west side of the Elwha River (west of Port Angeles) to the east end of Lake Crescent, where it connects with the Spruce Railroad Trail, and then continues west toward Forks and La Push.
Starting in Port Townsend the route of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) traverses approximately 130 miles of lowlands, bordered on the south by the Olympic Mountain Range and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca.