Port Ludlow Hiking — Nov 2021

by John Nuerenberg, Hiking Club


The hikers abide by the “Stay Healthy” recommendations and follow CDC guidelines for outdoor recreation.

Unless otherwise noted, hikers meet at the Bridge Deck at 8:15 a.m. to get directions to the trailheads and depart at 8:30 a.m. The Bridge Deck location can be found at portludlowhikingclub.com/about

Those on the hiking email roster receive an update the week of a scheduled outing. If you would like to be added to the email roster, send a note to plhikingclub|||yahoo|||com|||Email Roster, or go to portludlowhikingclub.com/contact.

Friday, November 5 – Port Gamble Heritage Trails

This hike will include a number of connected trails in the Port Gamble Heritage Park on Kitsap Peninsula. Excellent views should be available looking east toward the Cascade Mountain range. Restrooms are available at the trailhead. No pass required. Hike leader: Jane Holmes, 760|||496|||8610.

Friday, November 19 – Fort Flagler Trails

Explore our local State Park on an easy walk of 4-6 miles. Enjoy beautiful views of Port Townsend Bay and Admiralty Inlet, historic military installations, beach, and forest. A Washington state Discovery Pass is required. You can purchase a pass at the entrance kiosk with a credit card. There are restrooms at the trailhead. Hike leaders: Sarah & Denny Schuch, 360|||215|||4065.

Friday, November 26 – Port Ludlow Trails

There are 25 plus miles of trails in Port Ludlow. An assortment of trails will allow us to hike off some of our Thanksgiving meal! Join us for a hike in our back yards. Hike leader: Jane Holmes, 760|||496|||8610.

Every Wednesday: Timberton Loop

Walk the 4.2 mile Timberton Loop. Enjoy views of the Olympic Mountains. This is a no-leader hike. Meet other walkers at the parking lot trailhead on Timberton Drive at 9:00 a.m.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:00 am

Join the “Trail Club Group” that meets at the golf club parking lot for a self-led walk on the abandoned golf cart path trail or other alternative route.

For more hiking information, maps of the Port Ludlow Trails and descriptions, pictures of previous hikes and other destinations, go to portludlowhikingclub.com/maps

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