I'm offering this ride up as a "potluck" tour, meaning that you can bring whatever you like, and ride as little or as much of it as you like. I myself will be doing a mix of camping and lodging. June 3-5 is Bike Travel Weekend (https://www.adventurecycling.org/resources/bike-travel-weekend/). Email me if you're interested in doing some pre-planning. I will likely start from Seattle on June 5th, take the ferry to Bainbridge and ride from there to Sequim Bay S.P., which has dedicated hiker/biker camping as well as showers - 55 miles. The next day (Monday June 6th) I plan to ride to Salt Creek Recreational Area - a county park that has tent sites and showers, passing through Port Angeles - 41 miles. The following day we will go at least as far as the end of the Spruce RR Trail - 17 miles up from Salt Creek. From there, a trip out to Rialto Beach, Sol Duc Hot Springs, or a U-turn back to Port Angeles are all options. N.B.- this tour is loosely planned and the full route is optional so be flexible. I have only ridden this route between Sequim Bay and Sol Duc Hot Springs, and it's delightful but the weather can be windy and damp.
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