Friday, 24 September 2010

Islands, Roads & Towns

The area between the Cascades foothills and the Olympic Mountains is a mix of roads, towns, industry, farmland, islands, beaches and forests. The PNT threads a way through this varied terrain, sometimes on trails, too often on highways, some of them very busy. There are some attractive sections - Deception Pass State Park, the Bluffs Trail on Whidbey Island - but this hasn't been a memorable part of the walk. It finishes with the ferry to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. From here I head back to the mountains and then the Pacific coast and the end of the trail.


  1. Enjoying your adventure vicariously and very envious. Look forward to hearing more about it on your return on your blog and in TGO.

    Geoff Gafford (litehiker)

  2. I hope you had a wonderful walk, Chris. Take care.
    PS - my pond is doing well.

  3. I hope its been a great trip for you; all the best from mark & helen. We finished our wainwrights on your birthday with lingmell in hail & high winds!