Map courtesy of Clallam County

Map courtesy of Clallam County

Closure set on Olympic Discovery Trail near Blyn

The Clallam County Public Works-Roads Division will next week begin repair of an approximately 200-foot wide segment of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) located at about the half-way point between Sequim Bay State Park and Blyn, county officials said on Aug. 17

The trail segment has experienced significant loss of usable trail surface width, they said.

Weather permitting, the closure will start Monday, Aug. 23, and run through Sept. 3, though the project may take longer, county officials said.

The half-mile trail segment between the east-end of Dawley Road and the Dean Creek Trail Bridge (near West Old Blyn Highway) will be closed to all trail traffic and users to allow for trail repairs and for construction vehicles and equipment access.

The closure and work schedule is subject to change due to weather, staffing, construction needs and/or other factors, county officials said.

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