Celebrating the Olympic Discovery Trail
There are many reasons to visit Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula, including the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT). The trail is one of the gems of the Peninsula and is enjoyed by locals and visitors throughout the year. The multi-modal trail stretches from Port Townsend to the Pacific Ocean with a fully paved portion running right through Sequim. New sections are being built each year and we are thankful for the persistence and dedication of the Peninsula Trails Coalition for all their hard work. Whether you like to run, walk, bike or ride horseback, come out and enjoy the Olympic Discovery Trail and the Olympic Peninsula.
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This Multi-Modal Trail Offers Options for All
Voted Best Bicycling Adventure

The Olympic Discovery Trail was recently voted the Best Bicycling Adventure in KING 5 Evening Magazines™ 2019 Best Northwest Escapes. The trail is an integral part of the Tour de Lavender, which takes place on August 3 and takes cyclists to Sequim's famous lavender farms. You can choose the Metric Century a 62.5-mile loop, the 34-mile Fun Ride, or select portions of either route. If you don't want to bring your bike to Sequim, Bens Bikes™ and Pedego Electric Bikes offer bicycles for rent.
Residents and visitors enjoy cycling on the ODT .

Popular with Runners and Walkers

Local parks are a great starting point to jump onto the ODT. The trail runs through Carrie Blake Park in Sequim, one of the City's most popular gathering places. You can head out west and walk through town or head east along the highway. Sequim Bay State Park is a little over four miles to the east and a popular destination. Both directions offer stunning views of local scenery. One of the highlights of the trail is Railroad Bridge Park and the railroad trestle across the Dungeness River just west of Sequim. At the park you'll find the Dungeness River Audubon Center, a hub of education and activities for the whole family. Many events take place on the trail including the North Olympic Discovery
Marathon , the Frosty Moss Relay , and the new Run the Peninsula races.

You'll enjoy the beautiful views as you walk or run through Carrie Blake Park.

Horse-lovers Welcome

The ODT is designed to accommodate equestrian riders along with other modes of transportation. Following these trail etiquette guidelines will help every visitor to remain safe while enjoying the trail.  

   The ODT is designed to accommodate four-legged friends.

Whatever way you decide to experience the Olympic Discovery Trail, we know you will appreciate the care and maintenance to the trail by a corps of volunteers and the breathtaking natural beauty of the Olympic Peninsula.

Mark Your Calendar
June 1 & 2
The NODM offers walk and run options for all levels.  North Olympic Discovery Marathon

Mid-June through August
Join us for free concerts each Tuesday evening at the beautiful James Center for the Performing Arts at Carrie Blake Community Park.   Music in the Park.
July 19 - 21
Come to the largest celebration of lavender in the country.  We've got farm festivals and events, a world-class street fair, concerts and dances and a host of community activities planned.    Sequim Lavender Weekend.
Thank you for your interest in Sequim, Washington on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.  We look forward to your visit.  There are a lot of ways to stay current with the latest news.  Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter and visit our website for comprehensive information.  We look forward to seeing you in Sunny Sequim!


Barbara Hanna
City of Sequim
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