|North Olympic Discovery Marathon - Boston Marathon qualifier, unique course that incorporates the Olympic Discovery Trail - with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and a five mile finish along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. |
Sequim to Port Angeles June 7, 8
The gravel Dune Trail in Long Beach extends for two miles across the dunes and is a favorite amongst with cyclists and hikers.
Willapa Bay Trail is one of many Washington Water Trails. Access Willapa Bay from various points to enjoy an array of water activities.
Johns River Wildlife Area - Beautiful area for exploring. Elk are often seen at the partially paved Dike Trail, which has a blind for convenient viewing.
Quinault Lake and Rainforest,stroll along the 1/2 mile Quinault Rainforest Interpretive Nature Trail which connects with the 4 mile Quinault Loop Trail offering a hike through the rainforest and along the lake. Or hike further in on a variety of trails through this unspoiled area.
Olympic Discovery Trail - A rails to trails non-motorized, multi-user system that will connect the communities of the Northern Olympic Peninsula.
A variety of trails wind through the Port Angeles area of Olympic National Park, including the trail to the scenic 90' Marymere Falls.
The entrance to the northern section of majestic Olympic National Park contains the starting point to the popular Heart of the Hills trail.
The Mt. Townsend Trail begins from Forest Rd. 2760 off Rd. 27, northwest of Quilcene and climbs to the top of 6,280-foot Mt. Townsend.
Big Quilcene Trail starts at the three-sided shelter 10 miles up Forest Rd. 2750 from Quilcene, and follows the Big Quilcene River into the high country before switchbacking to the summit of Marmot Pass at 6,000 feet.
For spectacular views of Seattle, Mt. Rainier, the Cascades and the Olympics, hike the two-mile path to Mt. Walker, 5 miles south of Quilcene.