Lime Kiln Point State Park, San Juan Island

San Juan Islands Biking Relaxed

Bike the San Juan Islands the relaxing way as you spend six days exploring the crown jewels of the Pacific Northwest. Pedal Lopez and San Juan Island, hopping from one to the next on a ferry. 
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updated on: May 17, 2018
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May 04, 2018
6.5 km
0:30 h
52 m
53 m
A short ride from Skagit Cycle Center, through Anacortes, takes you to Anacortes Ferry Terminal. 
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by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
Bicycle Ride · Washington

Lopez Ferry to Lopez Village

May 04, 2018
9.9 km
0:50 h
92 m
102 m
Enjoy a beautiful ride on secluded roads, past seaside homes, and quaint farmland as you make your way into Lopez Village.
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by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
May 04, 2018
13.2 km
1:05 h
32 m
60 m
This mellow cruise takes you from Lopez Village out to Fisherman Bay Preserve and back.
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by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
Bicycle Ride · Washington

Lopez Island Loop

May 04, 2018
40.7 km
3:35 h
369 m
366 m
Enjoy all that peaceful and pristine Lopez Island has to offer on this ideal loop route. 
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by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
Bicycle Ride · Washington

Lopez Village to Lopez Ferry Terminal

May 04, 2018
7.3 km
0:50 h
110 m
113 m
An easy ride through Lopez Village, ending up at the Lopez Ferry Terminal.
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by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
May 04, 2018
41.1 km
2:45 h
356 m
352 m
This enjoyable ride takes you around Pear Point and down through San Juan National Historical Park, where you'll take in some breathtaking vistas, ...
by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
Bicycle Ride · Washington

San Juan Island Loop

May 04, 2018
46.3 km
3:30 h
398 m
398 m
Get ready for a wonderful loop ride as you circle San Juan Island with a stop in historic Roche Harbor. 
by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure
May 04, 2018
6.4 km
0:30 h
53 m
53 m
Make your way from the Anacortes Ferry Terminal back to the heart of Anacortes and Skagit Cycle Center. 
by Hannah Lafleur,   Macs Adventure