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Larry Scott Trail

Olympic Peninsula

Location

Olympic Peninsula -- Northern Coast
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Length

7.3 miles, one-way

Elevation

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This trail starts on the waterfront in downtown Port Townsend and trends southwest from there. It makes for a great out-and-back route within the city and beyond. The trail is wide and relatively flat, so there is plenty of room to share with bikers and horseback riders. You can also start at the SW trailhead at four corners and head into Port Townsend. 

In addition to this being a great day hike, it’s also the eastern terminus of the Olympic Discovery Trail, which extends west all the way to the Pacific Coast.

 

Larry Scott Trail

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 48.1057, -122.7811 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Olympic Peninsula -- Northern Coast

City of Port Townsend

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Getting There

Driving Directions for Port Townsend Trailhead

From the Port Townsend ferry dock, head west on Water St. for 1 mile as it becomes Sims Way. Turn left onto Haines Place and drive straight to the water where there is parking.

Driving Directions for Four Corners Trailhead

From the Port Townsend ferry dock head west on Water St. for 2 miles as it becomes Sims Way. At the traffic circle continue straight on Sims Way for another 0.3 mile. At a second traffic circle, take the second exit to stay on Sims Way for yet another 0.4 mile. Continue onto WA-20 for 3.6 miles, then turn right onto S Discovery Road for 0.3 miles. Turn right onto Milo Curry road for a few hundred feet and arrive at the trailhead. Restroom available.

Take Transit

Jefferson Transit routes 2, 6A, 11A, and 11B stop at the Safeway gas station on Sims Way, which is a few hundred feet from the trailhead in Port Townsend.

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