New Olallie Trail Opening on Saturday, October 28th
9.2-miles of non-motorized, multiple-use mountain biking trail is officially open in Olallie State Park! Decades in the making and requiring the coordination of several partners, the resulting trail adds yet another opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy public land in the North Bend area.
It’s true—your help in the last 3 weeks brought in record members; Evergreen’s total membership now stands at 3,721!
By talking to friends, forwarding emails, and sharing posts, you helped raised $33,116 for your trails and bring 670 members into the community—in just 20 days!
Ring in the fall ride season with family fun at our 7th Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day Festival on October 7 (10am-3pm) at Duthie Hill Park in Issaquah--and it’s all FREE!
Growing each year, Take a Kid is a great chance for the little rider in your life to learn some skills or just have fun.
And as always, there’s a free BBQ lunch provided by Gregg’s Cycle! From toddlers to teens, there’ll be something for everyone.
The first 5.6 (eventually 8.7!) miles of multiple-use mountain biking trail opens TOMORROW at Olallie State Park, managed by the Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission.
This new epic trail project results from the Olallie Area Mountain Bike Trail Study, which began way back in 2002! YOU are invited to enjoy the first 5.6 miles (11-mile out and back!) of trail. The remaining segment of trail should be completed by late September 2017.
Not familiar with the Darrington Project? Click here!
From our partners at DNR: DNR is opening 4.5 miles of new mountain bike trail, with more trail to come, in our new North Mountain Bike Skills Area an hour's drive of Everett. The new trails just outside of Darrington provide opportunities for family friendly, skill-building riding across a variety of loop and other trail options. skill-building riding across a variety of loop and other trail options. This portion of the future trail system has been designed to provide year-round enjoyment.