Join us at a very special FREDDY PINK benefit concert:
February 12 at the Vern Burton Center in Port Angeles
Featured News from the Trail
Thanks to everyone who layered up and got active with us on January 1 for the 2016 New Year’s Discovery 5K/10K. Thanks also to our race volunteers and this year’s sponsors: Discovery Bay Golf Club, Port Townsend Food Co-Op, and the Port Hadlock QFC. Results are below. New Year’s Discovery 5K Results 1. Joanne Mackey (46) … Continue reading Results: 2016 New Year’s Discovery 5K/10K
On November 8, we gathered in the beautiful Red Cedar Room at the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s Blyn campus for our annual celebration of PTC volunteers. Ann Sargent, Blyn adopter manager and tribal employee, spent most of Sunday helping with the party and chose a selection of door prize gifts on behalf of the tribe. There … Continue reading Saluting Our 2015 Volunteers
Congratulations to Ian Mackay, Olympic Discovery Trail fan extraordinaire, also featured in the Fall 2014 Trail Notes (#41), for meeting his goal of logging 2,000 miles on the trail in 2015. Ian also placed fifth overall in the local edition of the National Bike Challenge. In Ian’s words, on October 26, 2015: “As many of you know, I spend … Continue reading Ian Mackay Reaches 2,000-Mile Goal
From the desk of Peninsula Trails Coalition President Jeff Bohman. For 27 years, progress toward completing the Olympic Discovery Trail has often seemed to move inch by inch and bit by bit. But persistent hard work by volunteers and jurisdictions has resulted in the occasional major achievement, moments when we can truly say, “Wow, that’s … Continue reading Message from the President: Big Deals!
Just in time for Christmas, the new Dungeness River Bridge—all 750 feet of it!—is scheduled to reopen on December 24. Additional decking work will require some closures once the threat of freezing weather passes. Watch the ODT Facebook page for updates. A recent email from Randy Johnson of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe (along with that … Continue reading Dungeness River Bridge Reopens December 24
Set your sights on adventure! Join us every Friday at 7:00 p.m., January 8 through February 5, at the Port Angeles Senior Center for the perennially popular Adventure Series. This year, local travelers share stories and images from across the United States and around the world, with an emphasis on “travel with a purpose.” Join our … Continue reading 2016 Adventure Series Port Angeles Schedule
What Is the Peninsula Trails Coalition?
The Peninsula Trails Coalition, founded in 1988, is the all-volunteer nonprofit that advocates for the completion and maintenance of the Olympic Discovery Trail, a nonmotorized multiuse trail system connecting communities across Washington’s North Olympic Peninsula. The ODT is a catalyst for recreation, tourism, and economic development.