- THINGS TO DO
Skagit Valley bicycle rides vary from flat to hilly and follow the Skagit River through the North Cascades, farmland, and the Salish Sea including Guemes Island via ferry! The Skagit County Bike Map will help you plan your next bicycle adventure in Skagit Valley. If you prefer to view the map on your smartphone, be sure to download the Skagit Bike Map on Avenza Maps.
Take a bicycle tour through the tulip fields during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Tour display gardens, view open fields, stop at a local garden cafe for a hearty lunch, and experience the festival from a local perspective. For mountain bikers, you will find beautiful forest trails in the Anacortes Community Forest Lands. If you are looking for a world-class scenic and adventurous mountain ride, the North Cascades Highway (SR20) is for you!
The Skagit County Bike Map is intended to familiarize cyclists with the many great bicycling opportunities in Skagit County and provide information to cyclists to make their own decisions as to which route is suited for their skill level.
The 2018 edition of the map is made possible with support and funding from Skagit Regional Health, Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, Bikespot, Skagit Bicycle Club, Island Hospital, Port of Skagit, Skagit Cycle Center, Sedro-Woolley Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club of Burlington-Edison, Skagit Bank, Skagit Valley Food Co-Op, Sherman Physical Therapy, Shell Puget Sound Refinery, and La Conner Chamber of Commerce.
Special thanks to Skagit County Geographical Information Services, Skagit Council of Governments staff, and Non-Motorized Advisory. Committee members: Marie Erbstoeszer, Jeroldine Halberg, Steve Jahn, Liz McNett Crowl, and Linda Talman. Thanks as well to Walt Farmer and John Pope for their assistance with the map.
To contribute, request multiple copies, or to send comments and suggestions, contact email@example.com.
Cartography & Map Design: Kim Berry, Skagit County Geographical Information Services and Mapping Services
Graphic Design: Thomas Printing
Photos: Courtesy of Skagit Regional Health and Linda Wright