Cycling on the Olympic Discovery Trail
The Olympic Discovery Trail is a car-free trail of more than 200 kilometres in the north of Washington State. It is located on the peninsula Olympic, also called Olympic Peninsula. Part of this peninsula is a national park, through which the trail also runs. The trail runs from Port Townsend and ends at the coast. The route is mainly used for hiking, running and cycling and is available all year round.
The average ride of the Sequim Wheelers on the route takes 45 minutes to an hour. A ride starts often at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, but the organization also collaborates with a number of care institutions in Sequim and they can pick up passengers at their location.