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09 | 01 | '14
Rode Hansen Ridge today. We rode the lower section on the way up and rode out the upper section on the way back. In the future I would ride the lower section up and then hit the Phase 2 areas and come back on the lower section. There are some fun roc...
Submitted by jefshu on 9/2/14
08 | 31 | '14
This area is alright if looking for service road riding and trails pretty heavily impacted by horse traffic. The tread, though ridable, was pretty loose on most hills and the brush got a bit claustrophobic is some areas. Oh, and there was a lot...
Submitted by steve on 9/2/14
09 | 01 | '14
This trail is such a gem: big physical climb, epic views, and a mixed descent that at times is high tech, fast and flowy, or just meanders through the meadows. Saw only two other riders, and they were just finishing up as we were getting started. An...
Submitted by r1de on 9/2/14
09 | 01 | '14
Reminds me of what riding was like when I first started in the 80's. Went up Escalator (challenging rooty turns and some rocks), down Funner (a couple places where it helps a lot to carry speed into the techy part), left up road and back to Cyclops (...
Submitted by ladmo on 9/2/14
Trail is in great condition, what a phenomenal ride.
Submitted by lukey on 8/30/14
It was a great ride today.  Rode the part of Crop Circles that is clear, on down into TapeWorm, up Parasite, and Silkworm two times.  Trails are in pretty good shape but they're still in a little need of some brush back.  The new featu...
Submitted by SlimL on 8/30/14
08 | 23 | '14
I dind't make it all the way up to Big Rock/Osborne Mtn, but I did make it to the Silver Creek loop. What a wonderful single track! I did the loop by climbing up road NF134 to road FR84 to the top of the trail. Don't make the same mistake I did...
Submitted by gregld on 8/29/14
Rode with my brother and 14yr old son. Wives were going to Wenatchee for the day so they dropped us off at Mission Ridge Ski resort and we rode from there on the Squilchuck Trail over to the road that goes to Upper Mission Ridge. Squilchuck Trail wa...
Submitted by Kasperilio on 8/27/14
Lots of fun on this ride. From buck creek up coral pass road. I pushed up the steep part of the noble nob trail by the horse pitching stands. Pedaled the whole dallas ridge trail then back to ranger creek+palisades. Love this ride. Views on palisades...
Submitted by JibLurkerPNW on 8/27/14
08 | 24 | '14
Found the trail posting information from MTBR forum and after reading the review we made plans to head over Sunday 8/24. I took my 5 year old with me and he loved it. Several creek crossings, nice climbs with some aggressive rock and rooted sections...
Submitted by stu-bob on 8/25/14
Parked at Buck Creek and rode up 410 then up Corral Pass Road - Noble Knob - Dalles Ridge - Ranger Creek -Palisades -White River. NK/DC/RC all in great shape.  Nothing loose and recent work by WTA - kudos.
Submitted by jackd49 on 8/24/14
Snoqualmie Bike Park has seen better days; some weeds in the well-worn pump track, and some of the slats in the woodwork are broken or missing. Also, the old wooden ladder drop is gone. That said, the kids still had a great time, and that made it wo...
Submitted by r1de on 8/23/14
08 | 19 | '14
Think you're a climber? Try the ascent on Bells Mtn from Moulton Falls park. Once you get passed this first 1.5 miles of stiff, demoralizing, brute of a climb, enjoy epic views to the east as you traverse a ridge. Afterwards, it's flowy singletrack d...
Submitted by Chris on 8/22/14
08 | 14 | '14
I really liked Hustle and Flow.  I actually found it about the same level (and more fun) than Breaking Bad.  There really aren't enough trails to make it worth the trip, but if you live nearby it's certainly a nice start!  My parents l...
Submitted by PrestaPost on 8/22/14
08 | 21 | '14
Rode this last evening (8/20/14), fun trail, moderate-advanced beginner-intermediate level trails and gravel roads. The ride from the parking lot up and down Holder Ridge is dry and smooth rolling through dense woods. From the creek at the bottom up...
Submitted by gregld on 8/21/14
08 | 20 | '14
There is an approx. 6" tree across the trail about 1/4 mile east of trail marker 18 on the Devil's Slide trail.   Jeff
Submitted by jwickman on 8/21/14
08 | 16 | '14
It was my first ride on this trail, and while short, it was really fun!  The trail was dry (but not moondust), and the rolling dips and climbs made it a really enjoyable time.  It was a little bit crowded on the weekend, but everyone was re...
Submitted by EvergreenBryan on 8/20/14
08 | 17 | '14
Rode it Sunday for the first time.  The map available from Kitsap Parks may not be fully correct but is more then adequate for navigation around and back to the parking lot.  The signs, if there, are up high so that's where to look.  T...
Submitted by SlimL on 8/19/14
08 | 17 | '14
I was having too much fun and lost track of my camera, somewhere near the top, where the single tracks starts or the top of the hike-a-bike.  it was in a gray case.  And the trail is in great shape.  Pay attention to how to find the st...
Submitted by Linden on 8/18/14
08 | 17 | '14
I found mostly logging roads and smooth single track - good for a hot afternoon.  Make sure you print out this map as the signage is very minimal: http://your.kingcounty.gov/ftp/gis/web/vmc/recreation/BCT_TaylorMtn_brochure.pdf
Submitted by TimO on 8/18/14