Kingston to Port Townsend

Edmonds, Washington

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Many cyclists who want to experience multiday trips set their sights on Port Townsend, and no wonder. This 41-mile, one-way route is the perfect one-day ride with your saddlebags loaded. After a relaxing overnight, you can strike out toward Sequim, Port Angeles, and the Olympic Peninsula coast, or you can hop the short ferry ride to Whidbey Island and cycle north from Coupeville toward Deception Pass and the San Juan Islands. Or stay and play in the area, exploring Jefferson County’s quiet roads, small towns, old forts, and connected islands, perhaps getting off your bike to do a little kayaking or beachcombing. Are you starting to plan your cycling vacation?
Biking Puget Sound: 60 Rides from Olympia to the San Juans

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Biking Puget Sound: 60 Rides from Olympia to the San Juans

by Bill Thorness (The Mountaineers Books)

Many cyclists who want to experience multiday trips set their sights on Port Townsend, and no wonder. This 41-mile, one-way route is the perfect one-day ride with your saddlebags loaded. After a relaxing overnight, you can strike out toward Sequim, Port Angeles, and the Olympic Peninsula coast, or you can hop the short ferry ride to Whidbey Island and cycle north from Coupeville toward Deception Pass and the San Juan Islands.

Or stay and play in the area, exploring Jefferson County’s
quiet roads, small towns, old forts, and connected islands, perhaps getting off your bike to do a little kayaking or beachcombing. Are you starting to plan your cycling vacation?

© 2014 Bill Thorness/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Edmonds
Distance: 41
Elevation Gain: 1,880 feet
Trail Type: Point-to-Point
Skill Level: Moderate
Riding Time: 5 hours
Driving Directions: Directions to Kingston to Port Townsend

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