Quinault Lake to Twin Harbors State Park

Amanda Park, Washington

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The summer route heads west on country roads to return to the salt-tanged air of the Pacific Ocean at Copalis Beach. Grocery stores, motels, RV campgrounds, restaurants, beach cabins, and tourist shops abound. Some of these long, sandy beaches are open to motor vehicles. Clam digging, kite flying, and sunbathing are popular activities. Once the route reaches the ocean, it turns south, paralleling the coast. The terrain is level, the roads often shoulderless. After riding through several small towns, reach the tip of a sandy peninsula where the small passenger ferry to Westport is located.
Bicycling the Pacific Coast

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Bicycling the Pacific Coast

by Vicky Spring & Tom Kirkendall (The Mountaineers Books)

The summer route heads west on country roads to return to the salt-tanged air of the Pacific Ocean at Copalis Beach. Grocery stores, motels, RV campgrounds, restaurants, beach cabins, and tourist shops abound. Some of these long, sandy beaches are open to motor vehicles. Clam digging, kite flying, and sunbathing are popular activities.

Once the route reaches the ocean, it turns south, paralleling the coast. The terrain is level, the roads often shoulderless. After riding through several small towns, reach the tip of a sandy peninsula where the small passenger ferry to Westport is located.

©  Vicky Spring & Tom Kirkendall/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Amanda Park
Distance: 55.6
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Quinault Lake to Twin Harbors State Park

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