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Adventure Travel Series 2017
Travel the world without a passport. Benefits Peninsula Trails Coalition volunteers on the Olympic Discovery Trail

1/6: Carol Hathaway and Jeff Stauffer, "Adventures in South Africa"
1/13: Ian Mackay, "Wheelchairing Across Washington"
1/20: David McCulloch and Jon Muellner, "Cycling the Himalayas 2015"
1/27: Janis Burger, "Cycling Through History: Pittsburgh to Washington, DC"

Port Angeles Senior Center
328 East 7th Street
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Show begins at 7:00 p.m.
Adventure Travel Series 2017
Travel the world without a passport. Benefits Peninsula
Trails Coalition volunteers on the Olympic Discovery Trail

1/6: Carol Hathaway and Jeff Stauffer, “Adventures in South Africa”
1/13: Ian Mackay, “Wheelchairing Across Washington”
1/20: David McCulloch and Jon Muellner, “Cycling the Himalayas 2015”
1/27: Janis Burger, “Cycling Through History: Pittsburgh to Washington, DC”

Port Angeles Senior Center
328 East 7th Street
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Show begins at 7:00 p.m.
Race Tip #1: Distract your opponent with witty banter.
5th Annual New Year's Discovery 5K/10K
Sunday, January 1, 2017
Discovery Bay Golf Club
7401 Cape George Road, Port Townsend
Race starts at 11:00 a.m. Walkers welcome in the 5K.
$30 when you register online at GetMeRegistered
$35 in-person registration at event
Race Tip #1: Distract your opponent with witty banter.

5th Annual New Year’s Discovery 5K/10K
Sunday, January 1, 2017
Discovery Bay Golf Club
7401 Cape George Road, Port Townsend
Race starts at 11:00 a.m. Walkers welcome in the 5K.

$30 when you register online at GetMeRegistered
$35 in-person registration at event

NEW SECTION OPEN! Approximately 2 miles of buttery-smooth pavement now connects the trail west of Lake Crescent between Hwy 101 and FS2918 to meet up with the Sol Duc/Camp Creek section. Check out this Strava map for details and photos.

Become a Member

The Olympic Discovery Trail is a premiere multiuse path thanks to your financial support. Volunteers with the Peninsula Trails Coalition put your membership dues to work on the trail. Join or renew now

Spruce Railroad Trail Closed for Construction. Trail regrading, parking lot enlargement, and tunnel restoration has closed the SRRT from the East Beach Rd through winter 2016. You can reach Devil’s Punchbowl from the west via Camp David Jr Road or the parking lot across from Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd.

Trail Notes

Visit our blog for updates about the Peninsula Trails Coalition and the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Olympic Discovery Trail

Plan your adventure on the Olympic Discovery Trail website.
ODT trail maps
ODT-Adventure Route maps: 25 miles of unpaved singletrack
– Chat in real time on the ODT Facebook page

ODT-Adventure Route

Prefer dirt under your feet? Check out the ODT-Adventure Route: 25 miles of rolling singletrack bliss between Highway 112 and Lake Crescent. Perfect for hiking, trail running, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Plan your off-road ODT adventure here

Build the ODT Eaglemount Section

EaglemontSidebarBox Imagine: A safe, off-road route for people on foot, wheel, and hoof. With your help, the Peninsula Trails Coalition and Jefferson County will build the ODT Eaglemount section between the Larry Scott Memorial Trail and Highway 101. 

Donate to the ODT Eaglemount Fund

What Is the Peninsula Trails Coalition?

PTC-logo-150pxThe 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, public health, and economic development.

The people behind the Olympic Discovery Trail since 1988.