About the Trail

Public enjoying the new ramp at the Dungeness River bridge

Public enjoying the new ramp at the Dungeness River bridge

Traversing 120 miles of the lowlands between the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, the route of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) will connect the cities and sites of the northern Olympic Peninsula from Puget Sound to the Pacific Ocean beaches.

The Olympic Peninsula is one of Washington State’s most stunning destinations for non-motorized touring. Rough ocean beaches coexist with tribal land, farmland, small towns, lakes, rivers, hot springs and massive Olympic National Park. And to provide non-motorized access along the peninsula’s northern edge, an off-road bicycle and pedestrian highway is slowly taking shape. Forty miles of this vision has now been completed.

This website is designed to communicate and support this unique trail system that spans the northern Olympic Peninsula.