Olympic Peninsula, WA
Starting at $2,199 / person
(double occupancy)
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Olympic Peninsula, WA

Experience spectacular scenery, luxury accommodations and some of the best bike trails Washington has to offer on our Premium Pedego Electric Bikes.  On this trip you will explore the incredibly diverse ecosystems of the area, journey along the Olympic Discovery Trail, over restored railroad trestles and quiet country roads to discover the true rain shadow region of Sequim, Washington. Steeped in rich agricultural history, our stops will take us to local farms, lavender fields, coffee roasters, and winemakers to fully immerse ourselves in the bounty of this region.  Along the way our route we will unveil snow-capped peaks, ocean vistas, lush forests, glistening streams and rushing rivers. Our second day of riding brings us to Port Angeles which is abundant in history and the gateway to the Olympic National Park.  View breathtaking vistas, a stop at Elwha Bridge, take a short hike to a waterfall and a visit with local winemakers to round out our day’s adventure.

Our premier accommodations are limited to five luxury Suites at Colette’s Bed & Breakfast. A 10 acre oceanfront estate nestled between the majestic Olympic Range and the picturesque Strait of Juan de Fuca. Colette’s is continually recognized for its award winning gardens, gourmet breakfasts and impeccable customer service. Premium Pedego Electric Bikes, the Olympic Peninsula and Colette’s B&B….is an experience like no other!

Price: Starting at $2,199 / person
(double occupancy)
Date: June 02 - 05, 2020
Deadline to register: May 01

4:00 pm – Check into Colette’s Bed & Breakfast
6:00 – 8:00 pm – Welcome Reception

  • Meals Included

    Drinks & Appetizers

  • Colette's Bed & Breakfast

    Port Angeles

Our adventure begins from our doorstep then heads south east to the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT). Our first stop will be to a local farm to pick up some fresh ingredients for our chef to incorporate into tomorrow’s breakfast. We’ll continue past picturesque barns and grazing horses to a family lavender farm to learn about how Sequim came to be known as The Lavender Capitol of North America. After another few miles along quiet country roads we’ll stop by a socially and environmentally responsible dairy farm that not only focus’ on efficiency, but animal health, comfort and wellbeing. Making our way south we’ll arrive in downtown Sequim to meet second generation coffee roasters and a few blocks away enjoy some olive oil and vinegar tasting at Sequim Spice and Tea. A jaunt up the hill is oh so easy on our Pedego Premium bikes and we arrive for lunch at Nourish, one of Washington’s first and oldest herb farms, where they are passionate about serving and growing organic food and sourcing from local growers. After lunch we’ll cruise on down the hill to again pick up the ODT. The heart of the Olympic Discovery trail, Railroad Bridge Park, showcases the Railroad Bridge built in 1915. We’ll stop to enjoy stunning views and the rushing sound of the Dungeness River below us. As we near the end of our days travels we’ll make one last stop at a relaxed country store built in 1926, where featured “local” produce could quite possibly come from next door or across the street. Surprisingly known for its great selection of wine, it also showcases Washington beers and hard cider on tap. Perhaps we should pick up a growler or two to enjoy during tonight’s happy hour??

  • Daily Ride

    Premium Pedego Bike

  • Meals Included


  • Colette's Bed & Breakfast

    Port Angeles

Westward Ho!! Out the driveway and in less than a mile we are again on the Olympic Discovery Trail, but today we head west. Remarkably different from yesterday’s ride we travel rolling hills through thick forests but again cross bridges and Creeks along the way. Eventually the trail breaks north to reach the Straight of Juan de Fuca, then follows the shoreline four miles into downtown Port Angeles and the city pier. We may notice the Coho Ferry coming in from Canada as we make our way past the terminal toward the Port of Port Angeles where transport of logs by water to the mills in Puget Sound once dominated the waterfront. We end our ride today at Elwha River Bridge where we are picked up by our Naturalist Guide for our journey into Olympic National Park. Enjoy the views from the comfort of a modern coach and learn about the history and geography that make this park so unique and spectacular. We’ll stop for a picnic lunch at beautiful Lake Crescent known for its brilliant blue waters and exceptional clarity. After lunch, a short easy hike through the moss-laden forest amongst giant evergreens brings us to one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the Peninsula. As we make our way out of Olympic National Park we’ll stop to meet some local winemakers and sample some of their award winning creations before returning to Colette’s to relax and freshen up. We top off our day with dinner at a local seafood restaurant where the fish you are eating that evening could very well have been swimming in the waters of the Pacific earlier that day.

  • Daily Ride

    Premium Pedego Bike

  • Meals Included

    Picnic Lunch

  • Colette's Bed & Breakfast

    Port Angeles

You will say farewell to your new found Pedego friends and your Colette’s home in the Pacific Northwest.

Enjoy the scenery as travel back to Seattle or wherever your travels take you next. We truly hope you have enjoyed many peaceful moments and made many lasting memories on your adventure with us.

8:00AM  Breakfast

11:00AM – Checkout of Colette’s Bed & Breakfast

  • Meals Included


What's included

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Premium Pedego Electric Bike

You’ll be custom fitted to a premium Pedego Electric Bike that’s a perfect for your individual needs. Pedego Electric Bikes go farther and faster, empowering you to see more in less time. Pedal or not, and get power when you want it.

  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Premium Pedego Electric Bike – custom fitted
  • Tour guides
  • Lightweight backpacks
  • Helmets
  • Water bottles
  • Transport to/from bike locations and restaurants
  • Fun!
  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip start/end locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Pedego

Hotel information

  • Colette's Bed & Breakfast
    Port Angeles, WA

    Colette’s Bed & Breakfast is a breathtaking 10-acre oceanfront estate, nestled on a bluff between the majestic Olympic Range and the picturesque Strait of Juan de Fuca. A garden path leads you to the private entrance of your Luxurious King Suite where you will be welcomed with magnificent oceanfront views, romantic fireplace, and an indulgent two-person Jacuzzi tub. Each morning begins with a gourmet multi-course breakfast to fuel you for the adventures of the day. Olympic National Park, Coho Ferry to Canada, and the many lavender fields of Sequim are all just a short drive from the inn.

Travel information

Fly into:
SeaTac Airport
Meeting location:
Colette's Bed & Breakfast
Meeting time:
4:00 pm

There are several rental car companies available located at SEATAC via shuttle to the rental car complex.

NOTE: Getting to the Olympic Peninsula can take a while which is why it remains serene and uncrowded compared to many destinations.  Colette’s is about a 2 hour 30 minute drive from the airport.  Prior to Memorial Day, May is not a particularly busy travel time and other than typical “rush hour” traffic, ferry availability should not be a problem.

Two suggested driving routes:


-2 hour 15 minutes total travel time
-No ferry required
-No toll heading West, toll charged when re-entering Tacoma


-2 hours 45 minutes total travel time
-30 minute drive to Seattle Ferry Terminal
-35 minute ferry crossing
-1 hour 30 minute drive from Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal to Colette’s

PLEASE NOTE: All approximated travel time assuming no traffic or ferry backups. Total travel time can vary.

We are happy to suggest some stops along the way or additional destinations you can add to your itinerary should you like to extend your stay on the peninsula or in Canada.

Fly out of:
SeaTac Airport
Departing location:
Colette's Bed & Breakfast
Departing time:
11:00 am
Planning your trip
  • What should I bring?

    Layers! Casual bike clothing, light hiking or tennis shoes, sunscreen, toiletries, hat, fleece, light rain jacket, and casual dinner wear.

  • What is the cancellation policy?

    We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your bike tour. We want to make it as easy as possible to do so. Pedego offers a full refund up to 30 days before the first day of the trip.

  • What happens once I book?

    When a vacation is booked, a confirmation letter is immediately sent out by your personal Pedego Vacation Concierge. One week prior to the trip start, you’ll receive an email containing your trip start meeting location reminder and any last-minute information that you’ll need to know before you go. Once you arrive at your destination, Pedego staff will brief you on the day-to-day plan for the trip.

  • What are some optional activities?

    There are so many things to see and do on the Olympic Peninsula.  Some require a significant drive.  Should you decide to add a night or two on to your time at Colette’s (or elsewhere) we are happy to help you plan your adventure. If we find quite a few attending the Pedego Adventure are interested in certain activities, we can arrange for private tours.  Please give us a call

    Within 20-30 minutes

    -Whale Watching
    -Lavender Farms
    -In-room massage – contact us to arrange
    -Dungeness Recreation Area

    Within 30 min – hour drive

    -Hurricane Ridge
    -Salt Creek Recreation Area
    -Sol Duc Falls
    -Sol Duc Hotsprings
    -Port Townsend

    2+ hour drive

    -Victoria, British Columbia (Car & Passenger Ferry from Port Angeles)
    -Butchart Gardens, Royal British Columbia Museum, afternoon tea. Valid passport required to travel to Canada
    -Hoh Rain Forrest
    -Neah Bay
    -West coastal beaches  (Rialto Beach, Ruby Beach, First Beach, Second Beach, Third Beach)