19 | Jun | '17
First time there.  Found the trail easy enough off Willows.  Tons of nettles and overgrowth.  Nice challenging ride if you stick it out in the saddle. Read more

18 | Jun | '17
Just giving riders a heads up, the trails have been rebuilt/updated so there are features that haven't been there in a while or have been built back up. Caused a bit of a surprise last night on Voodoo. So riders just be aware. "Pre-ride, re-ride, free-ride" is in full effect. Enjoy the trails! Read more

18 | Jun | '17
Beautiful misty day for an out and back on arguably one of the best trails in the 410 corridor. Got up to the viewpoint in about 1.5 hours and hit snow in the trees just past there. All blowdowns from last year were cleared (Evergreen I assume, thanks!) dirt was prime but sadly no Dalles Ridge today.....it's going to be a late high elevation year. Read more

Rode up 7100 to Liberty Beehive, down DG and down Mission at the intersection.  Lot's of creek crossings on 7100. Upper devil's gulch was hero dirt.  Mission is already getting loose and dry on the ridge but still in good shape. All clear of blow downs all the way from the top of DG to the bottom of MR.   Mosquitos are next level at the trailhead, bring your deet. Read more

I rode all marked trails at least once and found all trail conditions were excellent (not muddy nor dusty). Using GPS, the elevation gains were accurate. The most uphill biking I did was transitioning from Dr. Jekyl/Mr Hyde/Chairlift/Flying Monkey/Bumpy Monkey back to the Feeder lines. I appreciated the well marked trails and overall condition of the park. Good times!     Read more

Great views, too much snow (not pictured)
11 | Jun | '17
It was a beautiful day to hit the trail and myself and 2 others rode up the fire road to the top gate entrance.  We were able to climb the first slightly steeper section and then we hit snow.  There was just WAY too much snow.  We toughed it out and hiked to the Harris Lake turn and had to continue the loop back to the parking lot.  All snow.  I think we got a 1/4 mile of... Read more

10 | Jun | '17
The trail was great. Just a few damp spots and well groomed for everyone. Was a good way to get to the festival and a rewarding time back to the car at the Sunset lot. It was a great test for my first ride on a 1-by conversion.  28 and 11-42 was just fine on the hills. Track and pics here. Read more

09 | Jun | '17
Trails are in great shape, but be prepared for some slipping and sliding; wet roots and rocks abound.  Puddly, but not too muddy.  Fenders might be wise, and riding glasses are a must. Otherwise, a fast & fun ride top to bottom.  Read more

03 | Jun | '17
Trails out here are in great shape. Much busier out here these days than in the past.  Lots of wild Nootka Rose and Western Trumpet Honeysuckle in bloom.  Read more

29 | May | '17
Great conditions, though the clear cut is still wet and overgrown in places.  Read more

04 | Jun | '17
Trails are in prime shape, and very little traffic. Spotted a small black bear just off trail in the NE corner.  Read more

Trail was in excellent condition.  Lots of small stream crossings, one with wet feet for sure, probably more depending on whether you are ok with rock hopping.  Downed tree removal doesn't seem to be prioritized on this trail, so there were quite a few places where we had to dismount to step over or under logs.  Trail description that says "steep punchy climbs require dismounting" i... Read more

29 | May | '17
The 'courtesy parking' just past Chelan Rental Resorts rental office was closed by the landowner on 5/29/2017. For now.....from the closed parking area, alternative parking can be found by going right .25 miles up the main road to Echo Ridge at the Forest Service Switchback Alley parking area (5-6 cars) or by going left behind the rental cabin office about 1/8 mile to a small pullout on the right... Read more

Had a great early morning on Lower Springboard, Goldeneye, Wishbone, Ewe Tube, Redline, and Liquid Bread. All are in great shape. There was a 10" tree crossing the Redline trail about 2/3 the way down. Nettles have started growing over your handlegrips in spots so I recommend full finger gloves if you are sensitive. It was a great day! Read more

all trails riding great - wildflowers everywhere - no dust Read more

Ride on!
10 | May | '17
trails in perfect condition - no dust and flowers all in bloom! Read more

07 | May | '17
Started early Sunday morning and started climbing with a goal of also trying to see the river valley. So during the climb of the western flank, I went down two side roads made for logging hoping to see a view of the river, or the watershed's diversion dam. Both attemps were a bust unless you want to scurry through logging debris w/o the bike. I continued the rest of the loop and had a great downhi... Read more

06 | May | '17
Posting this because no one has left a report for this trail. And because it's called Whiskey Dick. It's a huge network of trails so there are more loop options than indicated here. There are almost no signs or indications of where you are once you are out there. You can do a ~15 mile loop, ~20 (the "short loop"), or the ~40 mile long loop. These all start at the trailhead just north of... Read more

The Maprika Map Ap works well to identify a rider location.  The Babcock trail is displayed on the map but I couldn't find it and ended up on a muddy hikers trail instead.  The Maggie Rocks trail has fallen trees blocking the trail and it was valve-stem-deep muddy.  The Derailer trail is one way and it should be accessed by using the Upper Mirkwood trail.  The Hood, Ewok, and F... Read more

06 | May | '17
Went for a trail run today. Conditions were generally good, but plenty of slick spots and some large puddles from the recent thunderstorms. If you're looking for a come-back-clean ride, give it a few days or bring a fender.  Beautiful though! Read more

30 | Apr | '17
Had some time to kill before picking up a girl scout at a camp nearby. Little Mountain was in excellent shape and just a couple miles out of my way. They have done some good maintenance on it and the trails are just waiting for the rest of you to take advantage of it. Track and Pics here. Read more

30 | Apr | '17
We rode Banner for the first time today.  Wow, there are a lot of trails packed into this patch of land!  For all the rain we've had the trails rode pretty good until we got towards the end of our ride.  Sorcerer's Hollow and Cougar Knoll both had giant puddles or more like ponds negating those trails.  Other than that there wasn't too much standing water or severe mud spots. &... Read more

Clearing downed trees on the Skookum Flats Trail
Skookum Flats/White River loop, the Upper White River Trail, and the Church Camp Trail have all been cleared of downed trees.  Enjoy. Read more

The USFS trail crew cleared the debris from the 2014 avalanche in November 2016 and the trail is now passable through that area.  However, the Trout Creek bridge is damaged and, after 3 years without maintenance, there are lots of downed trees across the trail and it has become a bit overgrown.  But it is now accessible again and maybe we can get a volunteer crew out for a clean-up! Read more

Clearcut and View towards Admiralty Inlet
29 | Apr | '17
The road up is in great shape but there is active logging about a third of the way up the mountain on the main road so be careful.  We reached the top but there is still some snow on the ground above 3,000 feet so we didn't complete the loop - returning back down the main road instead. Read more