Raging River
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Key Info
1-2-3-4 of 5 (technical difficulty)
4 of 5 (physical difficulty)
Road Grade, X-Country, Freeride
Stats
14 miles total
2500' elevation gain
85% single track
15% fire road
0% paved
47.509363 lat.
-121.843839 long.

General

This is a new trail construction project by DNR and Evergreen.  Work is in the design phase with trail construction beginning winter 2015-2016.

Raging River State Forest is a new trail system being developed by Washington Department of Natural Resources and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.  The system will start as a 14 mile loop, and in later phases will be an epic 40 mile system of trails that connects to Tiger Mountain.

  • Phase one will be 14 miles, eventually a 40 mile system.
  • 2400 feet of vert. 
  • Connections to Tiger Mt, Taylor Mt, Exit 27 and North Bend.
  • Cross country, downhill and freeride trails for all skill levels.

This will be a multi-year project, and the total cost will be in the millions of dollars. Funding is the key, and we are very pleased that Evergreen’s advocacy efforts directly helped DNR secure a request in the capital budget for construction of phase one. 

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