Archive for July, 2014

Steam Donkey Loop and Dosewallips River basking

July 28, 2014

The Steam Donkey Loop is a great 3.5 mile trail near the Dosewallips Campground south of Quilcene. The trail covers rolling terrain with a few shot bursts of hills sprinkled with many little bridges and stands of maples that will look great in the Fall.

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Olympic Discovery Trail – Sequim start

July 20, 2014

We did our first ride on the Olympic Discovery Trail using the Sequim start (Railroad Bridge Park). The trail is developed all the way to Port Angeles. It’s really awesome! We didn’t make it quite all the way (I think it’s 10 miles from Sequim to PA) but did do 17 total. We just ran […]

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Gazzam Lake mountain biking

July 6, 2014

Gazzam Lake is a mostly double-track trail with no technical sections. There are some roots, some single-track, and some gravely hills – the perfect spot to test out a young guy’s proficiency on his bike when riding solo. There are a lot of walkers and dogs, but that also provides an opportunity to practice trail […]

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