Look at that MAP!!
We’ve turned over every stone to find a user friendly, feature rich, layer capable and intuitive map and this is it. No kidding, nothing comes close at this price point (free). All the user friendliness of Google, and ability for us to add any layers we wish, and easily!
The button below opens our interactive map in full-screen.
Google Maps would be our second pick but it’s limited to ten layers, below is a link to one of the very best of them, complete with a key to its color coding.
A big thanks to past Peninsula Trails Coalition board member Andy Stevenson for not only compiling our ODT GPS track, but also producing his excellent Google My Maps Version for you to explore!
Like any 100+ mile trail, the rapid changes on the ground dictate that simply no online mapping resource can be solely relied on for navigation and/or safety. Don’t let this stop you from learning what you can and having some fun though! Also check our trail alerts area and Facebook feed for the latest word from the Olympic Discovery Trail.
Other maps found on our site.
Ride with GPS
You’ll find Ride with GPS tracks here on our site at Explore/Trail Segments. Look to the right, in the side-menu.
Olympic Adventure Trail
Washington-based REI has backed a huge mapping effort, causing a big splash in the trail map landscape. From our page menu at, Explore/Olympic Adventure Route you’ll find an upload of the OAR/OAT via their system. Check it out.