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This 44 mile ride starts at the Kingston ferry terminal with a friend from Kingston who knows the backroads of Kitsap county. We head north for a loop through Little Boston, Point Julia which offers a great view across to Port Gamble then onto to the Twin Spits area (4 eagles and a blue heron where there today) and Foulweather Bluff Road before returning through Hansville for a coffee stop at the Hansville Grill.
After a detour to Point No Point's Lighthouse the ride continues south crossing NE 288th Street; at this point the ride can be extended to Port Gamble or even over the the Hood Canal Bridge by heading west and intersecting with WA-104; however, today we simply continue south to the Indianola waterfront, Indianola has a nice country store which has great hand-made sandwiches as well as a former ferry pier and views to Seattle.
After a quick detour around the Indianola spit we head north back to Kingston via the new White Horse trail on the east side of the White Horse Golf Club.
Either the north loop or the Indianola loop can be done separately to shorten the ride. Keep in mind the roads of Kitsap County while offering little traffic to contend with are up and down from sea level to higher bluffs (we topped out several times above 350 feet and bottomed out at sea level as many times)
|Created:||Apr 03, '14, 09:45AM|
|Starts in:||Kingston, WA, US|
|Selected distance:||44.4 mi|
|Elevation:||+ 2252 / - 2266 ft|
|Estimated Time||Learn more|
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