Welcome to the Olympic Discovery Trail

The Olympic Peninsula is Washington State’s premier destination for non-motorized touring.

Starting in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, and ending on the shores of the Pacific Ocean,
the ODT is filled with views of snow capped peaks, ocean vistas, fast flowing rivers and pristine lakes,
and everywhere the majestic forests of the Pacific Northwest.

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ANNUAL ODT TRAIL BUILDING FUNDRAISER

The Annual ODT Trail Building Fundraiser is critical to making great things happen, all along the Olympic Discovery Trail.  Contribute today and please pass on the word!  Allow your year-end donations to help build, maintain and support the Trail you love!

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2018 Traveler’s Journal Series Schedule

This February sees the return of our popular Traveler’s Journal Series! Join us on any or every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., February 1st through  March 22nd, at the Sequim High School Library for these popular presentations. This year, local travelers share stories and images from across the United States and around the world.  Join our presenters …

2018 Adventure Travel Series Schedule

This January, set your sights on adventure travel! Join us on any or every Friday in January at 7:00 p.m., January 5 through  26, at the Port Angeles Senior Center for this very popular Adventure Series. This year, local travelers share stories and images from across the United States and around the world.  Join our presenters as they …

Petitioning Support – Add Your Signature!

Add your signature!! Support our request for WA State Parks & Rec Commission to finance a connection to and through Anderson Lake State Park, from an alternate ODT route to SR20, in Jefferson County. Click through here to read and Sign the Petition You can also follow the story on Facebook by clicking here.

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Upcoming Events

Trail Alerts

SR 20 between 4 Corners Road and the tip of Discovery Bay is steep, has no shoulders, many blind curves, higher speed, and often heavy traffic.  It’s also a long climb if coming from the west. (more…)

This section of the route has a narrow shoulders with higher speed traffic.  Maintaining good visibility is all the more important, and a high-quality mirror can help you see what’s overtaking you, and when.

Logging closures five miles out from the Hwy 112 trailhead to Eden Valley Road (MP5 to MP7.5).