CHETZEMOKA INTERPRETIVE TRAIL WALK AND BIKE JUNE 29 (SATURDAY)
TRAIL: 5K/10K (2B) Walk on backroads, sidewalks, and well-groomed trails on the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail, which connects many points of Tribal, geographic and historic interest in Port Townsend. Not suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
Location: Memorial Field 550 Washington St. Port Townsend, WA
Start: 8:30am – 11:00am Finish by 3:00pm
AWARD: “B” hatpins available – $2.00. IVV Credit only is $3.00. Free participants are welcome. All participants must register, carry, and return a start card.
PRE-REGISTRATION: NONE. MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish. Restrooms along the route. Pets permitted but NOT in buildings or Memorial Field. Owners responsible for leash and clean up laws.
Coupeville Ferry start available (8:45 am and 10:15 am ferries). The Native Connections Action Group will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail at 1:00 pm at Memorial Field.
CHALLENGES: ESVA: JEFFERSON County AVA: A-Z/CP/LFL/PC/PR/STS/TH/50 States.
George Christensen 360-471-4233
DIRECTIONS: I-5 NORTHBOUND: Exit #104. US101 to SR20. RIGHT on SR20 to Monroe St. Parking available at Monroe St and Washington St. Some parking on streets.
I-5 SOUTHBOUND: Exit #132 (SR16) toward Bremerton. Keep LEFT to SR16W for 20 miles to SR3N for 6 miles. LEFT on SR104. RIGHT on SR19. SR19 becomes SR20. Continue as above.
From points north and east of Puget Sound, you may wish to take a ferry. From Edmonds or Seattle navigate to SR104. Continue as above.
Coupeville Ferry: RIGHT on Water St to Monroe St.
CHETZEMOKA INTERPRETIVE TRAIL BIKE SANCTION #: 113815
DISTANCE: 20 km (12.4 miles)
TRAIL: (2B) Bike on backroads and trails on the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail, which connects many points of Tribal, geographic and historic interest in Port Townsend. Route includes North Beach and Fort Worden.