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Rode the classic loop in the CW direction on a stunning fall day.  Left the TH around 9:30 and returned around 5:00PM which included leisurly stops at Cooney and Boiling Lake.  Trail was in great condition from recent rains adn the larches...
Submitted by woodway on 09/29/2014
09 | 28 | '14
I went out here with my 4 and 5 year olds just to hit the bottom parts of the single track and it was just covered in horse poop.  Wow, I love the signs in the parking lot that say something like "pack everything out".  I guess everything e...
Submitted by hardtail on 09/28/2014
09 | 28 | '14
first time on this trail. brought my newphew which is 10 yrs old and has a mountain bike with me... not recommended for kids to ride up. its a pretty steep ride up. we made it only about half a mile. had a talk with a couple guys riding back down and...
Submitted by alexckong on 09/28/2014
09 | 28 | '14
rode this trail with my cousin and newphew. hes 10 yrs old and rode this with his BMX bike. he did great. an amazing first ride! i would recommend this to anyone as a first time ride.
Submitted by alexckong on 09/28/2014
09 | 28 | '14
Outstanding fall conditions; no mud pits/bogs/puddles anywhere, just a few soft "bruises" in places.  Rode fast fender-free and came back spotless.  Beautiful colors and pretty popular on a Sunday afternoon.  Two thumbs up.
Submitted by r1de on 09/28/2014
 
09 | 11 | '14
Rode the first half of the Adventure Trail (10 miles in-10 miles out).  Trail is in great shape.  Technically - beginner but grunt factor of intermediate. There is lots of elevation gained and lost but all rideable and fun. The part I rode...
Submitted by jackd49 on 09/18/2014
09 | 16 | '14
Yesterday rode the gravel road uphill to the newer, upper trail segment, then rode back down around the lower  trail, returning to the parking area at the old target shooting pit.  the road gave me a chance to warm up properly before hittin...
Submitted by Animalbikeman on 09/17/2014
09 | 17 | '14
not a lot to go on for directions. single track is grown over often but clearly used by horses. signs say no "trespassing" at every turn on and off the powerlines.
Submitted by invadingmelody on 09/17/2014
Really excellent trail and it's in good shape.  Super fun, extremely sustained descent.
Submitted by lukey on 09/17/2014
This ride is pretty dicey.  Huge stretches of trail are currently unrideable.   The uphill from 4 th of July is a long trudge.  Fire activity seems to have turned the entirety of the slope to loose scree and post-fire regrowth.  ...
Submitted by lukey on 09/17/2014
 
08 | 17 | '14
Passing on the information that the trails in the center section are interuppted by logging. The Burn apruptly stops in a newly logged area. Sad day...
Submitted by eggroller on 09/11/2014
 
09 | 10 | '14
Recent rains packed down the loose areas, but no mud anywhere.  A scattering of the first fall leaves (alder, early big leaf) make for fleeting thoughts of jack-o-lanterns and turkey supper in the not too distant future.  Only saw 5 bikes a...
Submitted by r1de on 09/10/2014
 
09 | 09 | '14
Did the clock-wise route (ie. along Kachess lake up the gravel road and south down the ridge). It was peek-a-boo sun between the ground level clouds at the top. The huckleberries are past prime for sure. It must have rained pretty well up here the ni...
Submitted by briandonner on 09/10/2014
09 | 09 | '14
Took Tiger Summit trail to Off the Grid. Summit was in pretty good shape as were the first rollovers and step ups on Off the Grid. Second third of the trail was pretty mangled; slick rocks/roots/ brake divets/ and so forth making for some cantankerou...
Submitted by neat_green on 09/09/2014
 
09 | 07 | '14
Rode Victoria for the first time with a couple of friends.  The trails seem to be in good shape although there was some mud in places.  The nettles were also out.  Even on the sunny warm day that I was there in the woods was reasonable...
Submitted by SlimL on 09/08/2014
09 | 06 | '14
Dawn Patrol at Tiger this AM, found OTG packing in and drying out nice. FR and JR both in good shape, and recent brushing on NW Timber. 
Submitted by r1de on 09/06/2014
We had the usual great day at Devil's Gulch. We climbed the fire road up and decided to drop in at the Devil's Gulch trail rather than head up the extra couple of miles to Mission Ridge trail. There was a bunch of contruction near the trailhead, but...
Submitted by Santa_Cruz_Chris on 09/05/2014
09 | 05 | '14
Just stumbled across swan creek park last night on the evergreen MBA site. Rode it today, Friday. Spectacular, stupendous, amazing. thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! I moved from the north end of Seattle some 5 years ago and have all but given up r...
Submitted by possums rider on 09/05/2014
09 | 04 | '14
A lot of signs of recent extraordinary rains - but fortunately not on the trails themselves!  Aside from a few puddles in the parking lot/access trail, and a few very minor soft spots in places, the you'd never otherwise know it had rained here....
Submitted by r1de on 09/04/2014
09 | 02 | '14
This is a really top notch route, don't miss it! I hit the ridge near the summit just as a rain squall came over.  Swirling clouds mist and rain blasting upwards from both sides of the knife edge ridge as I rolled along in a completely whited o...
Submitted by lukey on 09/02/2014