What kind of bike do i need?
You need tires that are a minimum 35mm in width. The trail is 30+ miles of double and single track riding over very scenic, hilly, forested terrain. The trail is entirely off-road except for the last 4 miles on the west end and you need a bicycle that can handle it. This means you are ideally bringing gravel or touring bikes that can carry your gear. If you have questions, please let us know!
What is included?
In addition to organizing the routes and details, we'll be providing
- Reserved campsites at Fairholme campground at the water's edge of Lake Crescent. You'll be sharing each site with other Fun Club members.
- Dinner & Breakfast - Snacks for hanging out, Grilled food and snacks (vegan and meat options), Breakfast foods (Granola and Oatmeal) and fruit
- Beverages - Coffee, tea, water, beer, wine, etc.
- A support vehicle with full repair kits.
What is not included
- General Ride Snacks or food for special diets - Make sure you have enough food to get through the day!
- Transportation of your gear - You'll need to ride with your gear so make sure you're setup to do so
- Transport to Port Angeles - Rideshare for extra good times. Bonus fun club perks when you do so.
Mostly Self Supported
What does that even mean? It means you'll also be supported by your amazing fun club comrades and there will be a support vehicle on the Peninsula that will be well-stocked with water and snacks as well as repair equipment.
What should you bring?
- Bike gear: This includes things like your bike, helmet, packs and lights.
- Shelter: Remember your tent, tarp, bivy, etc.
- Sleep system: A sleeping bag and pad are the two must-have items.
- Water: We'll have back-up water, but please try and maintain a decent amount for yourself so as to mitigate waste and extra carrying weight.
- Clothing: You'll want clothes for riding, like bike shorts, jerseys, socks, bike gloves, and clothes for camp, such as underwear, a warm hat etc.
- Navigation: Bring a GPS and/or smartphone or a map.
- Hygiene/toiletries: Bug spray, sunscreen, lip balm, toothpaste and toilet paper.
- Bike repair tools: Spare tubes, a patch kit, pump, tire levers and a mult-tool.
- First-aid supplies: The basics: bandages and pain-relief pills.
- Miscellaneous: Food, a headlamp, sunglasses, a camera, etc.
How many people are coming?
There are 24 spots for the campout. If you aren't able to join, we'll be adding a mid-week option later in the season as well as additional campouts!
What's the Route?
Route from Port Angeles to Campground
Optional to and from Port Angeles