Participants please register here to make your donation. INCLUDE YOUR T-SHIRT SIZE!

 
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Day 1: 37 miles, moderate grade, mixed surfaces

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Strava map: https://www.strava.com/activities/2502382134

Olympic Discovery Trail interactive map: https://olympicdiscoverytrail.org/explore/interactive-map/

Cyclists: The challenges of Day 1 are surface related. The first 16 miles are beautiful and paved. Then you will have 3 miles of single track dirt, then 4 miles on a gravel fire road, then 10 miles along highway 112.

Wheelchair Users: the first 16 miles are beautiful and paved. The route is not accessible, however, once the pavement ends on the north side of Lake Crescent. We can provide you a lift back to the start or you could have your own vehicle pick you up. Wheelchairs will be finishing where the Pyramid Peak trailhead crosses the Olympic Discovery Trail.

At the end of day one, Ian and crew plan to meet up at Barhop in Port Angeles at 6pm to discuss the trail and enjoy a cold one. Please join us!

Parking available at    Laird’s Corner   .

Parking available at Laird’s Corner.

Let’s do this!

Let’s do this!

Someday ALL users will be able to travel from Camp Creek to the Elwha Bridge!

Someday ALL users will be able to travel from Camp Creek to the Elwha Bridge!