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Trail Alerts

OPEN: Port Angeles Waterfront Trail is open as of 5/27!

CLOSED: Camp Creek/Sol Duc River. Effective May 6, logging activity will close the trail between Hwy 101/NF 2918 and Cooper Ranch Road weekdays through July. It will be open weekends and holidays.


7th Annual Longest Day of Trails 5K, 10K, Half Marathon
Saturday, June 18, 2016
ODT-Larry Scott Memorial Trail
Port Townsend Boat Haven
Map: https://goo.gl/maps/jYck2nPZhNv

Celebrate the summer solstice on our (relatively) flat and fast out-and-back USATF-certified courses. The ODT-Larry Scott Memorial Trail is a wide crushed-gravel multiuse path.

Cost: All distances $30 for adults, $20 age 65+, $10 age 9 and under.
Register: http://www.bit.ly/LDoT2016

NOTE: 3-hour time limit for the half marathon.
All finishers receive a Peninsula Trails Coalition logo gift.

Give back to the trail.
No heavy lifting required.

As the PTC’s Trail Volunteer Timesheet Coordinator, you’ll gather work logs and enter the data into Excel. Must have a computer, plus the software and ability to wrangle multiple file formats with ease. Contact Bob Petersen at bobp@umich.edu.

The Trail in Bloom

Spring is the best time to enjoy forest flowers along the ODT-Adventure Route. Look for trillium, wild ginger, bleeding hearts, columbine, and more along 25 miles of singletrack between Highway 112 and Lake Crescent. Perfect for hiking, trail running, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Plan your off-road ODT adventure here

Membership Drive Time

The Olympic Discovery Trail is a premiere multiuse path thanks to your financial support. Volunteers with the Peninsula Trails Coalition put your membership dues directly to work—literally—on the trail. Your support pays for stuff like maintenance work parties, route-finding studies, trailhead facilities, maps, and more.

Spring for the trail: Join the PTC or renew your membership today.

Olympic Discovery Trail

Plan your next adventure on the Olympic Discovery Trail website.
Trail Maps
Adventure Route Maps: 25 miles of unpaved singletrack for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, and horseback riding
– Chat in real time on the ODT Facebook page

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.