Peninsula Trails Coalition

A nonprofit organization

79% complete

$7,000 Goal

Donate today through this "A Community Thrives" campaign link (thanks mightycause/USAToday).

Peninsula Trails Coalition is the lead nonprofit behind the completion of the 135-mile Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) and the 25-mile Olympic Adventure Trail. Donations go directly toward trail maintenance including Trail Adopters who keep sections clear and clean, and ongoing work - along with more than a dozen government entities and three Tribes - to finish the trail so that the ODT is safe for all users - from 8 to 80 year olds! 

About 85-miles of multi-use trail are now complete with road sections or public transit options where there are gaps. The Olympic Discovery Trail is a rail-trail for much of its distance from Port Townsend to Port Angeles and it continues on to the Pacific Ocean at La Push. It includes sections in the Olympic National Park, especially the newly redesigned (to ADA standards) Spruce Railroad Trail that follows the north shore of Lake Crescent for four miles. It includes two tunnels. Trail access is from both the east and west ends.

Donate through this campaign today, and we'll see you on the Olympic Discovery Trail where it "Doesn't Get Anymore Northwest Than This!"  For trail maps, to volunteer or to become a Trail Adopter, see our link below after donating here! With your donation, the ODT will close the gaps as it reaches from the Pacific Ocean to Port Townsend, and also further east where a new section will be added to connect the ODT to the Hood Canal as part of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy's 3,700 mile Great American Rail-Trail. Donate today! 

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Peninsula Trails Coalition

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PO BOX 1836

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