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By car, bicycle, horseback, motorcycle or on foot - you'll find a variety of itineraries and ideas for trips around the Kitsap Peninsula. Some are themed, such as history tours, others take advantage of our many ferry routes or include surrounding areas.  Long or short, high energy or relaxing, you’ll find a suggested way to see the Kitsap Peninsula.

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Silverdale
Union

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Hood Canal Loop
Quilcene, Brinnon, Hoodsport, Union
A shorter version of the Olympics loop, the Hood Canal Loop winds along the Hood Canal with great views and charming waterfront communities. Allow about 6 to 8 hours to cover the 200 mile route.
Gig Harbor

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Gig Harbor North - Purdy & the Key Peninsula Tour
This scenic area is not to be missed. Follow the heritage markers which identify historic sites through this area. Pick up essential provisions at a store along Borgen Boulevard before you set out.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula - Bicycle tour - three loops on paved roads
This on-road route follows secondary streets around the Key Peninsula. Whenever and wherever possible, it avoids the main highways (#302 & KPH) by using some of the original "territorial road" and other rural avenues. Although not yet fully finished, this trail needs the construction of 5 miles of bike path parallel to the KPH and 2 connector segments to be complete. The KPTC will be working on these needs, as well as other bypasses, over the next couple of years.
Bremerton
Keyport
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"

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Washington's Waterfront
National Geographic driving tour; Via road and ferry, this route makes ports of call throughout the jigsaw puzzle of islands and peninsulas that characterize the Puget Sound region. A notably varied drive, it includes the metropolitan amenities of Seattle, the naval culture of Kitsap Peninsula, the Victorian charm of historic Port Townsend, small towns nuzzled by deep blue waters, and miles of forested coves and islands.
Hansville
Kingston
Little Boston

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Hansville Loop Ride
Hansville Loop Ride. 25 miles Some hills, one steep. One of the loop options of the Cascade Bicycle Club, Kitsap Color Classic (2004)
Bremerton

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Central Kitsap Bike Tour
A 20 mile loop ride through central Kitsap, including Central Valley.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Keyport
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"
Suquamish

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Kitsap & Olympic Peninsulas Highlight Tour
Highlights of the Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas - This tour was developed for groups and some of the items, such as the guided tours, are usually available for groups only, but the basic itinerary is good for any visitor. The tour covers both the Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas in a counter clockwise direction beginning at the Bremerton waterfront. Remember, there are several entry points to the Peninsulas and major highways encircle it, so you can go either direction or enter at different points, customizing your tour.
All Kitsap Peninsula

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Mosquito Fleet Trail
360.297.8200
The Mosquito Fleet Trail is a 57-mile roadside bike route along the shores of the Kitsap Peninsula. It links the old Mosquito Fleet docks from Kingston to Southworth. It provides access to many other interesting stopping points including villages and towns, parks, historic sites, and scenic vistas.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula - Driving tour - a route through history
This route begins and ends at the Key Peninsula Historical Society's Museum in Vaughn. It is approximately 50 miles long and connects over 100 places of historical significance. The points of interest represent collections of these historical places.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Hansville
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"
Silverdale

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Kitsap Volkssporters
206.780.1334
A non-profit organization dedicated to the non-competitive sport of volks walking. Several year round hiking itineraries for the Kitsap Peninsula can be found on our website.
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