From the charming seaside town of Port Townsend to the Pacific Ocean at La Push, the 130-mile Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) offers a year-round route for adventurers who want to experience the North Olympic Peninsula on bike, horseback or foot. More than half the trail is dedicated to non-motorized use. About 80 miles of the ODT are complete, but it is possible to travel from Port Townsend to La Push at current time by using a combination of complete trail segments and existing roads.
Pick one of the trail regions or cover all four. Wind through farms, fields and and historic towns. Traverse rivers, rails and ravines. And take in the splendor the Olympic Peninsula offers—the snowcapped Olympic Mountains, the Strait of Juan de Fuca shoreline, peaceful lakes and forested foothills. There’s easy trail access at multiple points, and Olympic Peninsula attractions, dining and lodging are usually just a short side trip away.