Port Madison and Agate Passage

Suquamish, Washington

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The northern shores of Bainbridge Island and the adjacent Kitsap Peninsula make an easy escape for locals and city dwellers alike. Though the area’s shores are primarily residential with an emphasis on ritzy homes, there are two parks and a Native American museum along the winding course of a narrow inlet and the fast waters of Agate Passage. Possibilities for short or longer paddles, perhaps with a car shuttle, are numerous.
Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, & Gulf Islands

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Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, & Gulf Islands

by Rob Casey (The Mountaineers Books)

The northern shores of Bainbridge Island and the adjacent Kitsap Peninsula make an easy escape for locals and city dwellers alike.

Though the area’s shores are primarily residential with an emphasis on ritzy homes, there are two parks and a Native American museum along the winding course of a narrow inlet and the fast waters of Agate Passage. Possibilities for short or longer paddles, perhaps with a car shuttle, are numerous.

© 2012 Rob Casey/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Suquamish
Distance: 7
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: Part Day To Overnight.
Season: Spring to Fall
Local Maps: SeaTrails Wa 203; Noaa chart 18446 (1:25,000) or 18445 SC (1:80,000); admiralty inlet current tables with corrections for agate passage.
Topo Map: Port Madison and Agate Passage Topographic Map
Guide Book: Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, & Gulf Islands Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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