- Distance: 181 miles / 291.3 km
- Ride Time: 1 day
- Approximate Fuel Costs: $13.76
- State: Washington
1. Starting from the Kingston Ferry Terminal, head west onto Hwy 104. Follow hwy 104 through Port Gamble and over Hood Canal Bridge2. Right turn onto Beaver Valley Rd, (hwy 19).3. Right turn onto Oak Bay Rd into Port Ludlow. Oak Bay Rd turns into hwy 116/Ness Corner Rd. 4. Turn right onto Rhody Dr (hwy 19). Rhody Drive turns into Airport Cutoff Road.5. Connect to Hwy 20 and continue into Port Townsend. Hwy 20 turns into Water Street. 6. Left onto Monroe St7. Right onto Roosevelt St8. Left onto Jackson St. Jackson St turns into Q Street.9. Right onto Walnut St10. Left onto Eisenhower Ave11. Right onto Battery Wy into Fort Worden State Park12. From Battery Wy, Right onto NCO Row. NCO Row turns into Ahl.13. Right turn onto Eisenhower Ave. Eisenhower Ave turns into Admiralty Wy14. Right turn onto San Juan Ave. San Juan turns into 49th St.15. Left onto 53rd St16. Left onto Cook Ave17. Right onto Hastings Ave W18. Right onto Cape George Way; Right onto Cape George Rd19. Right onto Discovery Rd20. Right onto Hwy 20 westbound21. Left turn onto Olympic Highway, (Hwy 101 south)22. Left turn onto Leland Valley Rd23. Right turn onto Olympic Highway, (Hwy 101 south). 24. Along Hwy 101, you enter the Olympic National Forest. Side trip to the top of Walker Mountain.25. Continue on Hwy 101 South to Skokomish26. Left onto Hwy 106; connect to Hwy 3 N27. Right turn onto hwy 305 into Poulsbo28. Left turn onto Suquamish Way NE. Suquamish Way turns into Augusta Ave NE and then into Miller Bay Rd.29. Right turn onto Indianola Rd NE30. Left turn onto S Kingston Rd Ne. Follow Kingston Rd back into Kingston and ferry terminal
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There's so many variations to this and love every one of them. Backwards, forwards side roads or blast it out, I do it a few times a year just 'cuz!
Wed Jun 26, 2013 at 9:17 PM
I have done this run going both ways. try reversing it some time.
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM
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The best of the best. These folks have ridden and shared more roads than any other ORJ member this month.